Arthur Hill High School - Legenda Yearbook (Saginaw, MI)

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Arthur Hill High School and Saginaw High School are monuments to his foresight and planning as both were built under his supervision. Ten other schools in Saginaw: Eddy Junior High, Nelle Haley, Elm, Martha Longstreet, Jessie Rouse, Handley, Morley, Fuerbringer, Potter, Jessie Loomis, plus numer- ous additions, are evidence of his accomplishments. Typical of his response to the interests and needs of youth in this community was his cooperation in raising money through a special bond issue to build the Arthur Hill Swimming Pool which became a reality this year. TABLE OF CONTENTS ' -ll, A -.lp A ' R, Ti T is . INA Il is-K444 X '?.3kf --L ' tum SJ 1 ., I ,F M113 SPECIAL EVENTS 8 ADMINISTRATION 24 HONORS ALBUM ACTIVITIES SPORTS ADVERTISING M 3 8 46 E 96 I 3 6 .I v wi 158 A DREAM ...... M55 INTO A REALITY A dream . . . into a reality. Magic was achieved through cooperation and hard work, sacrifice and school spirit. The student body campaigned with pins lwe want a pooll, bumper cards, elected a pool queen la penny a votel, appealed on radio and TV, the voters complied, passed the proposal and construction began, Finally the iubilation, the celebration, the first pool assembly. Now we learn to swim cheer our team to victory swim in leisure time. Through ioint eFfort have seen a dream become a reality. Arthur Hill High School ha s a pool! J 31 Y A 1 ' ii, '.., Q4 f . ,VA .., -,.-,Y ig I f""f I In MWA 7 M .f-"f 'P' , . fS.af"""""m J ' Q br, w'1" ,f-f' fl W? Q51 wg x sXV 1 K, Q l" E ai ' Q Q -- hs' A- X I 5 x 49 'N-ik STUDENTS CDNTRIBUTE SERVICES TO SCHOOL Mary Johnson Judy Hubble Sharon Hartsell, Norma Jean Spaeth Mary Flucke Carol Schulz and Connre Roush are the Sensor Hastesses who greet vnsltors run errands, and assist in 1 N PYOIQCYIOD club members are Lloyd Chapman Gary Peters The officers of the Red Cross are Judy Gossett-VICE-PRESIDENT, Alton Raethmeaer James Bartles Bull Lobesrger, Thomas Boyd, Nancy Cox-PRESIDENT, Tom Bear-TREASURER, Judith Moeller- Bob Busey Ball Martzowlna Ben Evert and Gerald Riseley. SECRETARY. The Usher Club members are, front row left to right: K. Male-ski, S. Burmeister, M. Munclc, N. Abbenante, R. Baker, B. Rueger, C. Schulz, M. Nails, S. McGuire, Second row: S. Le- Boeuf, B. Taylor, S. Keck, L. Seidel, J. Rapp, M. Flucke, N. Vondette, J. Marsh, D. Butter' field, S. Beatty, Third row: K. LaVere, J. Teboe, K. Frltzler, B. Porter, J. Warner, S. Durham, M. Hart, C. Stuart, L. Brockless. The members take tickets, hand out programs, and help you to find your seats. I f 4 If? 4 ?,7f ' 3' K an . P, , if-if , 2 ,L . 1 1 ,M gi M Wag' 'yt-if si. Q ,. w. li ' 5' sa W4 1 , mag J . 1 Q if f' ri" ? w .Jr il "r s . Q X 9 5' A6-. 47:7 i Q- 1 .a-.el ,, , This is your queen and her attendants: Queen Karen Pankonin, Elynor Kazuk, and Donna Wruck. HOMECOMING A REGAL OCCASION Homecoming is one ot the most thrilling tra- ditions at Arthur Hill. On these two pages we shall follow the queen and her court through the actiivties from the election to the dance at night. They are honored at an assembly, football game with Flint Northern School, and a dance. The audiences at these events are made up of present students and alumni, old and not so old, who remember their Homecoming. if X-1 IW The eleven girls who were chosen by the student body to reign over the Home- coming festivities are Nancy Schreiner, Ann Guttridge, Marcia Rosenberg, Judy Lurie, Elynor Kazuk, Queen Karen Pankonin, Donna Wruck, Virginia Anderson, Judy Gossett, Roberta Stormont, and Judy Moeller. 'Y -SW. nf .I fx I W qi I ff I A ,L 'eu Egg. -.. W X f if . ' ' Q4 ,, I . 53 K if 1 in juan wp Kd-f A 'Pix 1 . 'Y bf f ,S I. .. . f hu J - f"LQsg" 1 Y ' h - -:lf ky ,, Y , .. y,?S?-reg, xx I' i . 1 , 4 ' 'L ?m,,..m,,,.. 511 fn' of . I by! 5' ff M! -4 A ' I 4 ' Q. 1 ,S ' X X , 5 ? e 4 . s A 4 - 5 5 .A W! J ,c 4' f 1 t' X: CHRISTMAS PAGEANT Where may one fund Thus kung so I looney wovshlp H r 'P Kung Herod Don Calluson asks of Brooks Solrerman who was tne mlnuster The palace us guarded by Robert Omes and Harold Rowell SC HUBERT DIRECTS Mary and Josepn portrayed by Elynor Kazuk and Ralph Sfnngel worship fhenr newborn son Jesus w providence of God of Demerrlus Don Farrar Nlrh has family porlra fed bv Doane Pre! er Douq Rafhbun Mary Fluke and Joanne Teboe ,K K 1 7 l fx 1 J -" H - r f - ' gal" ' Y' M M R. The Three wise men, Jamie Mark, Donald Olrz, and Jack O'Brnen, :mress .1 'mn on rrfough 5 U 1 'A l. ls h V . , X .ably Q, H M I H M S PINAFORE N 4.11-A Brothers slsters couslns an aunts Januce Engel Herb Benlamln tells Janet Gaqe of hls love 5 d slngs to Tlm McCulloch of has many relattves matlc scen of the operetta H AA S Plnafore AT ARTHUR HILL WITH VETERAN SKILL Mr Stanley D Schubert has been durectvng plays at Arthur Hull for many years now As students who have worked under hum know he spares nelther hlmself nor the cast ln shaprng a performance to meet has :deal of perfection Hrs Chrrstmas Pageant whlch ns offered to the publlc as a communlty Chrlstmas glft us always a truly lovely and ln splrlng slght The semester plays thas year were H M S Plnafore and One Foot ln Heaven There us no dramatlcs class at Arthur Hull and students and Mr Schubert spend hours and hours outslde of school on rehearsals ONE Foot IN HEAVEN 35282325 IZLZBSLI 'l3W1'51. Cir Durung a practlce of One root In Heaven Ellie Kazulc dauohter Jack OBrlen and Don Proux rehearse thelr Innes I I O . I A ' , 4. ' at ii' - r r I . 1,10 Y Il If rw : -l s, . fi-A-I... . I 59' ' Q -f -, 55,1 V Q , y ,,i:Ag,4.t? 1 ' -A meg? . . - A" Y?" V 'V X ' EZ, 1, : . if I 1 I I f,,:.',-if .5 W . , - 4s,, 1 . 1 f , - '- " , ' , ' , Ci ' ' A lr. ra- - A , .- . H h t l P th I ff ' f las il It Iv. . 1 we y . '. f ,': .,.A H. , Q ' . 5' f at - "T .g ' . The tables were turned as Mr. Grueber tried lo remove Bruce Harlan from the audience at the swimming assembly. "All that lives must die, passing through nature to eternity", Torn Varner, Claudius, Janice Rock, Queen Gertrude, tell Hamlet, Charles Barr, that everyone must die and to forget his father's death. Playing for the Club Hillite dances and at their annual assembly is the Arthur Hill Dance Band of T. Lepley, B. McKay, J. Mark, leader, J. Doug- las, D. Markham, C, Vacilc, T, Lentner, T. Mitchell, B, Rupprecht, G. Fraz- er T. Vitelc B. Wallace, and B. Solterman. ASSEMBLIES ENTERTAIN US Ron Stork describes the perfect cow as compared to the farm yard ani mal we see, at the F.F.A. assembly CLASS PARTIES Leading the "grand march" at The Sophomore party are Joan Nash and Torn Lafferfy, This is The hrs? party to be attended by the sophomore class lhe Junior Prom, an "Evening in Paris", with music orovided by The "Five Jacks' was a dance Yo remember. Parfygoers Jim Schadf, Jan Sieland, Karen Krogman, and Ron Martin take time OUT fOr refreshment served by Karen Pankonin, Jim Draves, and Jim Cole. ww' p Ik- Q .k. J L4 gg, I 5.- 15 M Q X EX A -. P b 99 ' A ii , f 3 X' 2 5 1 a c I fs, I I 5 1 Q 3 1 90 ' ' 1..v'. . LM x .,, wa :XMI . ,XE J f ., 3. 'K , 1 J 5. gf 2 4 , Q! 432 2 if .- :XA Q, 5 fx . 3 l gl" ' Y' 40", V! 5. if A i r! I fl W LQ X. ,f iX .5 Q 0 1, , ...ian X Q le W 454 ,W 1 in if w f5? iiL 52? zz" 5 ' K , fu., 3 lf- M 471 M M,.. M414 ak fn - K . . - ' 1 Q 4 . in o . 1 J . ' 'FF U Lal I' , Q 0. - .0 1 O1 , " Q X' Zz Q vu K ii!! Z P vpn kb l 1 if - Ll WM fad, ,V ,V W ujxt wsu' W 8 6 J.-J' ,. n., U, A V ,-,M 't ,aq x -11. r ' -5 - V ' ' J qfrl' X .3 1 +3 ,,-- "' 5 ' W I' :Ps ,.,. ' ,,, 4- .4 " I ' l ,A 145.41 L., f' fkjlf - 1 ffm. :gf ' , 4, gn 2. xg 1- -' -Lf X ,, 1 gg 1 -Q - 1, gU 'Iii ixnu . I N a in Xia-s A.. iff?- ADMINISTRATION Lf! , 4. si 1 'ww 4 X t X 4 I A Proud of the opportunity to hetp students to dream ond to dore to make their dreoms come True. z I f V I 4-gf l Q MR. CHARLES C. COULTER, BS., M.S. Acting Superintendent of Schools The Board ot Education serves the citizens of Saginaw. At 7:30 p. rn, on tne second Tuesday of eecn month, recuier meetings are Iweid in tne Administration rjuiioiiig. mem- bers are: Robert Grant Jr., vice-presidentg George D. Pross, business manager? Charles Couiter, Acting Superintendent of Schooisg Dr. Raymond Hartg J. Robert Grube, secretaryg Roswell Burrowsg and Edward Mac Rae, nresident. X 1 f O I Us ' I I P Y ' 1 Asn V y ' ' , ' 7 ' n A I Wm x Q 3 x 1 1 " ffl' 1, .QQ A wg ' . '-. sv' N D 47' - , V 1 A .9 ' T1 - W e . A 3 xg Kg '.', ' r F' kim "' Q. . 1 5 M N N in: M ',.k .1 i Ls,,..'f X- JACK O'BRlEN President Vice-president ELYNOR KAZUK Advisory presidents tor both semesters are: Front row, left to right, B. Stormont, S. Symons, A, Guttridge, V. Ander son, G. Moretti, J. Rae, J. O'Brien, E. Kazuk, Mr. I. M. Brock, R. Wells, D. Callison, V. Kingsbury, B. Whitten, M. Marden, J. Metsger, W. Mantle, J, Wolfe, B. Laverty. Seca ond row, M, Spaclafore, J, Draves, K. Pankonin, J. Bailei, C. Fobear, P, Kirchner, M. Hatch, D. Rroux, W. Link, R. Tarte, J. Reeves, K. Christy, G, Murphy, H. Diffle, R. Bo'- chard, D. Bradt, E. Leland. Third row, J. Lambert, J. Smitli J. Wolfgram, P. Culver, B. Strubble, W, Serrin, M. Hart, M. Rosemburg, C. Milen, S. Mulholand, J. Frieling, D. Henslei, J. Hubbell, W, Harris, J. Douglas, R. Fisher, N. Rosalis, M, Kelsey, B. Lambert. Fourth row, D. Spence, R. Ederer, G. Berger, R. Huebner, T. Bear, J. Shannon, B. Williams, S. Schaburg, P, Dorsarn, J, Cole, O. Schade, D. Wruck, J. Jerome, D. Banaszek, C. Pries, R. Dietrich, W. Campbell. Secretary STUDENT CABINET DRAFTS 5,-14 ais- in.. Offlcers of Arthur Hull PTA attending the cord pony are Mass E Peferson Presldem Earl Grondo Teacher Vuce Presldent Mrs Stewart and Prunclpol I M Brock 1 9 . wg Mr Gronda gives a prize to one of the many wmrwers at the P T A Card Party Mrs Beyers advisory IS well repre senfed aT The NorTh Winter Picnic which as held each year Mr Schalks advisory stuoenfs and their parents enloy the fun at vhe South Wunfer Pncmc -3, ',.. P -h P 4: tx 'J E ni - , ,V 4 4 1 -4 , . Ns, 1 . -- 1 ' . . T. A. ' I , . , v -a ' A 'V l , . A I f Q v, -4 . . . I . . ,- v X5 'l , . ...L - , 1 3 . , , , ' lx' . I o ' s kai 3" .,y -s I .1 1 i.w H Mrs Saron and Mrs S hem head Y P T A Mernbershmp Drwye av Open House CONTRIBUTES MUCH TO ARTHUR HILL Jud1Sm1th and Sandra Schr ner direct parents on Vrsufors Day held the fnrst Monday of every rnonfh Muss Schregardus dwscusses grade wrfh The parents of one of her stud ents The card parfy put on by The P T A ns the only fund rarsnng event dur mg the year gs- L. 1 A so . , V X I , : I I Eloise BACON Biolo9Y, as., M.A. Norfhwesvern University T N, -fa' RUSSELL CANUTE 'l , . v 1 , , NANCY BAXTER, BA Arr of Llvlnq, Erlgllsb Alma College ll xl, FREDRICK CASE Soclal Svudues M A Nawlal Sclence Bnolo B S Unuversny of Mlch gan QV Unnverslvy of Mlch gan r K .e,r .ZQQJ - b .slr r, - 2? we n, HELEN BEESON English, B,A , MA. Cclbmbla Unlverslry 4? MARIE CRITTENDEN Busnness Educavlon School Treasurer B A Central Mlchlgan College x , r .Q j 'gm ' if S . :. ,J C., HELEN BEYER Homemaking, Engllsh, B.S., Michigan Svave Unlvers ly .9 ...I MATTAE CRUMP Journalnsm Engllsl-l lllmous Wesleyan KEITH BlRDSALL, A B Pmllc Srleaklrw Errgllsh Central Mlclf gac College ., A 4 1 JOHN DAY Social Studies B A Cenlral Mrchlgan College EAQL :URNETT An gf Llving, MM Umvefglvy of Mlchlfiin v ' J GEORGE DeMERS Mavrerw arlcs vers y of THIRTEEN NEW TEACHERS JOHN KLEEKAMP GRACE MAV,X,AN,5 KElTH BIRDSALL Q' N.. .X ALBERT DERSCH Dept Head M S Umversny of Mlch LK1L X l9 MARY DOIDGE Ph slcal Educavlor Umversury of Mlchlgan i fi 41 5, CHARLES FOWLER Soclal Sfudues Coachrng MS Umversny of lllmors 512 p--49 K.. BERNICE FRANCIS Social Svudles BS A Umversny of MACDIQBH 'IC' ilu' Z-s I.-. DAVID GAINEY ANY GATZ Physical Educav on Mwrema cs Englsh Coachmg B A B A N A Alma College rsvy of Nlch I l I I . Y L . r . I . , . . I I Q MA. I - - . i , .A , , A a.A, ' Y ' ' i ' ' ' ' Url? ' lllincls , xi 4 -7 , X xxx x X A 5 0 T B . , 'ire .H - 4. . 4 V L f, R , , y I 'I XY LX , 11, Chemistry, Science Y" I ' ' A I f I A ' -I ' ' V ' " f ' f . 4 ,an ' ' ' ' ' UMW r ,gan rt ."'. ft y Q y f 1 ' fi ' ' Jw' 'R 't , l . M f . A ' . 5 ' , iv' - f ' 1 Lx V . 5 VJ 2 T- A L lv 'E ff ' if - , 4 .4 'VN ul y l t G 2 I. .ye A 9 Q -an f HAROLD 6:5552-CE EMEPSON '3DCES'ff-V4 Univ-1 GPRJEBEF' HAZEL GLAJTHEP rupnggg p-4,1-,-L -, APU-up S-+A.,-df 'f'e'ffff'e' cs Cer! "'ff'1f'V'H' f-"1 5.1 C Ezzffak fy, E Z 'Q22 Edie' af, E,-3 grv g A' -I 5 A H-261 CZIEC CTN' "3 'I' 'L L' EA Des' Pearl, ES J' H Z' Eff M' E .'.'i3'Q'v' 'f U qu- I Qu' Qqrhe '.' 'P gif Cgfv Di-na 1 ' 4 'gy C: Q ? ' - I CQ, QD IQ f f 5 r Q " 1 . 'vs' 3 Y , , ', , '- - -1 ' NC , ,, J . , -P1 J a , x X RAYMGV-.D HARf'.'f-r, NELEON HAVE" f A wxwwg CL 15,2 HERLED NORML kms JAMES HOOPED Raw, 1 fwq Cnuf: f-'z' 5 A '-' A K ,, 5, LED. Hee, A E B S 'f' A Hgwew-pw rg E E 8 S. BQ BA 5'C'i f'wGf-. 5,1 Aff! Er a Szces -fl. 13, S Pbfggg 3' 7, ,A,f,,gef,1 If Cr jg. Jr ,wg W C' 'I' Q' '-4 , ,. . ,s is bmw K V5 'Y gl ',' QV jr ,. ., Ncpyen, Af if CC oqe JOIN ARTHUR HILL FACULTY ,Q OLPVER HEQZLEF2 5- '-'H-CP' -WMC" 53.-. -N ,AH-N1 : '-4 .eww :LQ-5. .svcvi uw -fp-.-of '."'fQ"'i' '1 fr ,pf 'fa -wwf , : :gh E -1 E,g if V- E A 25,3 A pw: 95 5 A v- .--ri H A5 Sa " Che' Q3 H 'V' 5" Qian? f-g '.' A -" " ' JF .e's 'w C' 'J V 5,4 -or .L ,T se .-N 'X . N I I -.f . - 1 '-' ' 1 1 X . ' x L ?",X . Z E. IR A . i w xg, 3 JCPN 1.5591 5.5 'ess EC: ca Cf-fva 'fc ,1 5 X Z s Q S K , l, r N ., Q Jo- ". Qs Q C6 .fn Q - f ,"Q L L4 'J A G H '-ff' - f--Z 3 1 Q s An 'yi ,L L MARY LEWIS HARVE LIGHT RUTH LONG HOWARD LYTLE GRACE MAKQIANLS JOY MANN An nl L-wma, Pwchology, Socwal Lhfarlavw, M A Aqrlculmre, B S Ei A Emglxshy B A Enqllslw, BA Smdles, M A Uvlversvvy cl l'JllclXlf3u Mzchlgavw S-'ale Engllglw Hamlwe Umvers 'y -4' A ,. .A GLENN MASON Plwyslcal Educmlovw, Coach-rug, DOD! HLM! B S Mlclvugavw Stale Norvv l Urwverslvy gl Mltl' Q: ,'A Af' V ! ,, V wer A ,ff , fl M A , ix? KENNETH MATHEVVS A B, M M lvwsvwmmmral Muswc Dept Head Umverszvy of M-cl-1:1 Unlvefvly Wayne Slave Uvwerslvy Alma College Q . l Y x A 'N l - ' ' ': 9 , ,, , -f h , I ,A ', ' A 1 EN?-'f-'fill -0 , N MARILYN McBPlDE JOHN MCCARGHZ RACHEL McMlLLAN EARL MITCHELL Plwyglcal Educavlom, Soclal Smdlcs, BS Engllslw, Vocal Cmlvs, Ari, B A Wesverr Mlqlugfm Musuc, M A Mechanical Drawmg, lvlllclwlgavw S!a'c Uvvverslly College Colorado Svafe M.A Mlchngan Stale Urmerslvy TEACHERS' ENCOURAGE HIGH IDEALS KENNETH MATHEWS x WLLLIAM WARREN LUCILE SCHREGARDU5 4 ,,, COQA MORGAN PUTH MURPHY SEYMOUR MURPHY SFJHWSV, BA, M.A Ergl sly lugerufa Ar' of Lvfng, Jnuffrslvy ml l lwmlg E1 S, M A Coed-mg, B 5, fl S Cglwvwb a Urwversvy Uw--Jergny of Nllclwgar 5' A' v""9 -I 1-.49 JUNE O'DELL Eng, gh, Sparvsh M A Wayne Ufvwefs-'Y HELEN OLMSTED Emgllslw, Counselor, E A , M A Umverslvy ol MLCWQEV' EQ? 4? X I 4,,,,.-f' RUTH PATOVV La'lv1, B S, LV A Umvgrslvy ol M chwgarw , 2 "S Av- A. A, PTERITZ Draftrng, DeD'- Head BS. S'out State Coklege of Wrscortsm LUCILE SCHREGARDU5 A.B. Mathematics University of Michigan KENNETH POULSON Physics, BS. Mrchigan State Umversny P' Lf, STANLEY SCHUBERT English, Drarrrahcs, BA., M.A. Columbia Umversrty rf gf Ni - I 4 GEORGE PURDY Methematrcs, Ccachrng, B.A. Ahrta ColTe-ge T X ii ERIC SENN Busrrress, Educavtcrt, Socrat Studies, MA Lowa Colfeqe ELIZABETH REDSTONE B S. Burn-ess Educahor' Ur- versrtv of Colored: 73 T ' ff HUGH SHACKELFORD SGC-al Stucrcs Bus. Nigr, Att- B S., M A. Cohzrado State N ARTHUR HILL STUDENTS ES HOCPER E STEIGELY C. D. STEWART German, BA- Soda! Stud es, BA. of MTCWQSH Michigan State Normal A bf' It iQ IZABETH REDSTONE . . . . x x 'J' -V ' "T" W A p f Q ' X 4. 1 I 4 UNA ROBERTSON ffathematrcs, M A, Greeley Cobredo S' Teachers COUQQQ '5' G? -I ,... ., 1 r 'J A -F4 .A-4 VVRGINTA STEHB Art, Dept. Head B A , M A Pfrnhrgan State Urmfersrty GEORGE DQUERS NELQ. EDWTN SHALK Soma! Smdtes, UMA. Unhfers-ty of M'CV'9Gf . C3 '-7 JOSEPH SLOBODA Marherrvatrcs, B A. 'Western Hhnors MARY STEWART SociaT Stpcies, B.A. Mkhwgan S'ate Norrraj GERTRUDE TURNER Le' r- Dept. Heac, E.A., 'WA Urwversvy O5 f'f',C"'QE" CONSTANCE VAN DERSTETN Ar' of Lv rg, BA, Nrch gar' S'a'e Ncrmai G? N LLTAV' VONDETTE Soc al Sud-es, Ccachf-9, B,A. V chrgarw Sta'e Uhrvers ry -v". A I 4 , Y L T ev- K W A! ,I WI " av gtlglilltts e . 'X V ' - WILLIAM WARREN CHRISTINE WEBB B. G. WELLS BRYANT WILSON BEVERLEY YA1ES LORNA DEGLER 8.8. English, B.A. Business Education, Social Studies, English An of Homemaking Physics, Chemistry Hope College B.A. B.A., M.A, Living BIA- Coordiriaici Eis University of Grinnell University of Michigan Ceiiiiiai Michigan Michigan Sifaie Wlsconsm College University L ...W .- f2z.Q1J 7 L J 5, 'E -i Two new teachers came to semester. Mrs. Judith Hadnagy, mathematics. She attended the Budapest, Hungary. Mrs. Mildred She attended Western Michigan Arthur Hill for the second B.S., teaches German and University of Budapest Tanner, teaches mathematics College. A TEACHER'S WORK IS NEVER DONE DORIS FRYE LOMA KRAMER Secretary Sec,-eiaiy MARILYN SMITP ARLENE BEEKER SGCVGTBTY Secretary 36 A TRIBUTE TO MISS GIBBS "The distance that the dead have gone Does not at first appear, 11 Their coming back seems possible says Emily Dickinson, and so it seems to us at Arthur Hill. lt is hard to realize that Miss Gibbs vvon't be coming back. A tevv words must serve to express our regret, our gratitude and our ap- A preciation for a great teacher, a real friend, an understanding listener, and a lasting influence on all the students she taught. Perhaps the thing we remember best about her is her smile. As one of her students expressed Et, .we iust loved her." A f,, - A ' fluff if f A, it x M , gi" A A A "MJ I" CAFETERIA AND MAINTENANCE WCJRKERS INDISPENSABLE AT AHHS Fulfilling the Arthur Hill is Emil Frank Nye, Bert Stephen Gast. CAFETERIA This group responsible for the ,ooo food erved at Arthur Hill is the cafe teria staff They are left to right Elizabeth Alex ander Ester Golden Florence C mpanelli Nora Barter Ella Schreyer Lydia Berg Bertha Golden Arlene Mtnard Matilda Schmidt and Norine Sch luclcbier Manager 'X T l a duties as head custodian at Taking care of Arthur Hill's yard ig Alex Weiss. Assisting him are, Waier, the yardman. I Brackley, CBGSYCV Gabtish, ard Mrs, Hazel Graves launders the towels for the swim- ming classes. 37 Dreams of achievement, success honor are realized. We honor our best. f X . tl' : Q M HONCR ALUMNU s Otto Clarence Richter '17 was chosen the sixth Honor Alumnus of Arthur Hill High School through the Treanor Chapter of Quill and Scroll Society. Mr. Richter is one of the United States outstand- statisticians, a pioneer in employees' benefit and retirement plans, and has been a consultant in this field for the United States Government. He was honored at a dinner at the Germania, the Honors Assembly held at Arthur Hill High ks School Auditorium on May 23, i956, and a re- ception which followed. X.: J t Q ,AX -ln el Chester F, Miller, tormer superintendent ot , Comme Roush' who gave a Summary, of M' . Richter's lite, talks with Mrs. Richter, while Jack schools, Mr. Richter, our Honor Alumnus, and OB, M Y f C f Yh H Principal l. M, Brock chat before the Honor men' as el O eremonles O e Ono Ahmm S dmner Alumnus Assembly, congratulates Mr. Richter. U . gaze k MR. JOHN DAY FUN X E MR. KENNETH C, POULSON Having served 25 years at Arthur Hill High Club. Mr. Day teaches social studies, has charge School, Mr. John Day and Mr. Kenneth Poulson of the 8th hour class, and is the building super- have earned their memberships in the 25 Year visor during 5th hour lunch. Mr. Poulson teaches physics. 25 YEAR CLUB ACQUIRES NEW MEMBERS Mr. Day calls roll of the well attended 8th hour class. J L . ' x X 1, , Q. , s 4 5 - . s -- . l Q - R Mr. Poulson explains the functions of a geiger counter during a discussion of nuclear physics, SPECIAL HONORS ARE AWARDED SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS Albloh Collage Carol B elcer S200 On Arthur Htll Scholarshtp Ed Plater S2000 Bev Cnty .lr Col ege Robert Grah m Tut FBDllOl Untverstty Sue lkner S400 A Year Centr l Mlchlgan College Beverly Boyle Mary Kay Coleman Dat Danse Nancy Edmondson Sandra Gaspeny Dlana Green Georg: Hagen Ed Plater and Sue Barr recelvers of the Arthur Hull Darypne Nolan Scholarshtp and lpple Cup were congratulated by Prmctpall M Brock Followlng the Awards Assembly James Mark ner of the Morley lnterlochen Mustc Scholarshup tends hes congratulatlons to Margar t Rtethmeter Irst wlnner of the Trl M Award +.,, Sue Barr Ron Martm ano Margaret Rtethmeuer re ceuveo three of the top awards gnvert to graduates Treanor Journalusm Award Mlchtgan Plaque and Good Cmzenshnp Award Carol Pre-ssler lune Schuete Carol Schultz F r Ml er Dutch Nll'ler Frat' Mlller S200 s Schclarshlp Jo Ann Klemm Local S15 cash lone P tnctrg Local S25 cash Mary Wtlcox Local S25 cash State S200 cash Frwnkenmuth Rotary Club Wtlltam Rau S250 cash Interlochen Summer School Margaret Rlethmeler S230 On Tultlon Mlchtgar' College of Mtntng and Teclnnology David Leddy Tuttlon Dan Stock Mlchlgan State Norman College Kay Laing Tultton Judy Langdon Tut lon Mlchlgan State Untverslty Mary Kay Coleman Tultlon Nancy Edmondson Tultlon Louls Foulds Tultlon Nancy Herbert Tultlon Fran Muller Tultlon Rtchard Bowden FFA S204 Nwtlonal Merit Scholarshtp Tultton Sue Barr Ce tltlcate of Merlt Bob Harmon Wlnner Margaret Rlethmel r erttflcate of Merlt Sandra Sutno Certlftcate ot Merlt Bob Tanner Certtf cate of Mertt Bull Vogt Certlt cate of Mertt Martln Wetss Certltlcate of Merlt Northwestern Untv rslty .lIl'T't Schadt S795 On Tuttlon Panhellenlc Narcy Herbert Tu sday Muslcale Sue Hausler Sl50 ash Nancy Herbert S150 cash Valparalso Untverslty Margaret Rlethmeter S400 A Year Unlverslty of Mtchtgan Marv Jo Campbell rank Starkweather Sandra Sumo Robert Tanner Brll Vogt Marttn Welss Halton Wolfe Floyd Wrtght Alumnt Club Tultlon Whlte Sands Provrng Ground Work and Stud Rlchard Brettrager S1235 A Year Y e. - Tuton l . l 6 Y l:Ort M , , .X A A . . , , . 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' I - L ,- , I - h 1 l I 1 TO OUTSTANDING HI 'E ur: 7 QD Marllyn Vogt and Tony Barnard were among fnnallsts an the National Mernt Scholarshlp test They were the only Hullttes that passed the est Receuvlng recognmon for varuous art awards lrst LLITES .frf Susan Beatty recelved the YTeen Trophy grven by Y Teen Club Jsm Rae was awarded the Hr Y Cup glven by Hn Y Club Sue and Jlm were chosen because of thenr scholastlc and leadershup abullty shown un theur sopho more year F her truthfulness loyalty courtesy punctualuty cocperaton personallty and patrlotlsm Connle usn has been chosen by twe Arthur H1 sen or Cass and ta ultf as the l957 DAR Good Cltzen aug' ? ,pr Shown here with the Junuor Journalusm plaque gtven at the honors assembly are Bull Specht Dave by Qunll and Scroll are Terry Gronda and Kay Beeman Kabat Lots Taylor Howard Machette and They were chosen as the outstandlng lumofs on the Gerry Alexander News and Legenda staffs respectlvely 14 Y. e ll .I t 4 :vf,,n'4. .5 ,T 'Y' U' 1 - .U " V- I - - ,' ,T "A y , , 1.-w.-.,' 1:4 .""v . '- A ' J - vw Q . I- . , N' . or , X , , ' , ' ' "" , Ro ' l ll t , . f, I ., I C , -5 I T . A V ,S , g -Q 1- : fl Y Y . . my 5, .k . 6 l ,- X X ' lx f l ' 1'. 'Y-Q 'li . HALL OF FAME Another tradutron at Arthur H ll ss the Hall of Fame The sensor class an nually elects nts outstandnng members based on thetr contrubutuon to the school partrclpatuon In extra curricular actlvutles scholarshup personality and Ieadershup The electron IS conducted by the Legenda staff and the results are first announced an the Legenda Constance Connie Roush Gary Swede Murphy Jerry Rst Rlfenburg ,lu Marcia Rosy Rosenberg Ja O B OBrien Donna Doughnut Wruck Ann Gut Guttndge Jnm Pole Appold R ,. I . 7 3 Q. ' ll II JI I .ll I ' H I' Y t rg f Fil 4xx'r fra" N BN, ,. 2:9 x at Vwglma Gmm, Anderson S .ig-f f- Tom Be-an Bear Pafrlcra Paf Cuiver Elymor Elle Kazuk Dom Hoon Calllggm M QP I ew 1 aww, Jim Skmmy Draves Roberr BobO Weis Karen Pamk Pamkomm , f' . - Y 4 Q .. Y- L ,- " I' "5 ' 5 1 . . 53" -' T l, Ry l Q, E rm ' ,wg V 5..- 5 -' ,, Q f.,+,, V '6 X .V 1 Q N N H I H H ,, . if S ' 7 f . 1 'T I i rv l , Q v 'Q , X fy 1. ,- df H - ,, I K ,, ,, . 4, s 1 lvlin- QF? . .,....- ... ,,,, .... ..-,..,,...,.....N...,,...,.... ,.., ,, Y,, ,H SENIORS 'Q'- SHELLEY JO ABLER, Advisory Secre- i tary, PTA, Red Cross Chairman, S E NIC S Pep Club Representatives, Arts- Dramatics, Y-Teens C'ubs, Band Bounce. 85,1 g 6 fx x I :- ,,4ILA A vs , ., 3 4 Q - UW X RUSSELL L. ACKERMAN. JAMES EDWARD Al-ILBORN, Pep, Radio Clubs. BONNIE MARIE visory Vice-President, Pep Club Re- q 9' Crew, Football. RITA ANN ALLEN, Y-Teens Club, Choir, Christmas Pageant, Class L Chairman. 5' i 5 1 I J' E-sei? Q is Q ' in 4 - presentative, Bowling, French, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Class Chairman. GERALD EDWARD ALBRECHT, Stage AHLEMAN, Ad- ROBERT WILLIAM ALLISON, Club Hillite Representa- tive, Basketball Letterwinner. SALLY SUE ALLORE, Latin, Pep, Spanish, Y.Teen5 Clubs: Red Cross Volunteer. VIRGINIA CRANE ANDERSON, Advisory President, Treasurer, Red Cross Chairman, Sophomore Party Com- mittee, FTA Treasurer, Queen's Court, French Award. RICHARD GRAHAM ANTLE Il, Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, PTA chairman, Spanish Club, Proiection Serv- ice, Stage Crew, Football, Track Letterwinner. JAMES MARTIN APPOLD, Advisory President, Pep Club Representative, Bowling, l-li-Y Clubs, Class Chair- rnan, Basketball and Track Letterwinner. DALE EDWIN ARCHANGELI, Advisory Pep Club Repre- sentative, Geography, Pep Clubs, Class Chairman, LYNN RICHARD ARGYLE. RICHARD LARRY ARNDT, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Debate, Declamation. SANDRA KAY ARNOLD, Advisory Red Cross Chairman, Bowling, Latin, Miracle Book, Pep Clubs, Class Chair- man. JOHN DAVID ARNST, Baseball, Basketball, MARLENE RUTH AUSTIN, FHA, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Health Room Attendant. JOHN FREDRICK AVERY, Advisory Pep Club Represen- tative, French, Hi-Y Clubs, Baseball Manager. LOIS ANN BABLER, Advisory Club Hillite Representa- tive, Pep Club Representative, Alchemists, Biology and Natural Science, JETS and Mathematics Clubs, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant. JERALD ELLIOTT BAILEY, Advisory President, Club Hrll te Representative, Pep Club Representative, Big IA, Class Chairman, Baseball, Football Letterwinner, BONNIE JEAN BAIN, Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Class Chairman, Girls Chorus. DONNA MAE BAIRD, Sophomore Party Committee, Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club Representative, Arts- Dramatics, French, Pep Clubs, Christmas Pageant. KAY FRANCIS BALZER, OTTO ANDREW BANK, Track Letterwinner. DANIEL ELMO BARE. ANTHONY BUCK BARNARD, Advisory Treasurer, Sec- retary, Club Hillite Representative, Latin Club, Legenda. Golf Letterwinner, Swimming Manager. ner, Golf. Band Bounce. KAY LYNDA BEEMAN, Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross Chairman, Co-op, Pep, Quill 8. Scroll Clubs Legenda, Junior Journalism Award, CHARLES H. BELLINGER, Bowling Club. RONALD HERBERT BENJAMIN, Advisory Vice-Presi dent, Hi-Y, Miracle Book, Tri-M Clubs, Band Bounce Cross Country, Track. ROBERT R. BENNETT, Red Cross Volunteer. GARY CHARLES BERGER, Advisory President, Treas- urer, Pep Club Representative, Pep Club, Class Chair- man. SHARON LEE BERKOMPAS, Advisory Club Hillite Re- presentative, Pep Club Representative, Pep, Bowling, FTA, Latin, Y-Teens Clubs. RALPH A. BEYERSDORF, FFA Club, Choir, Track. BETTY ANN BICKEL, FNA, Pep, Tri-M Clubs, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pageant, CAROL ANN BLACK, Advisory Vice-President, Arts- Dramatics, FTA, Pep, Spanish, Y'Teens Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Class Chairman, JUDITH ARLENE BLOHM, Advisory Vice-President, Club Hillite Representative, Pep Club Representative, Pep Club, Big IA. GRACE M, BLUE, Bowling Club. ROBERT GEORGE BOELTER. CHRIST L. BOLGER, FFA, Rifle Clubs. WILLIAM R, BOOTH. RONALD EUGENE BORCHARD, Advisory President, Vice-President, Pep Club Representative, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Football, Golf. RICHARD CASIMER BORIS, Biology and Natural Science Club. CHARLES HENRY BOWDEN, Advisory President, Vice! President, Pep Club, Class Chairman. JANET MARIE BOWEN, Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, Sophomore Party Committee, FNA, Latin clubs. NODA BETH BOYD, Arts-Dramatics, Radio Clubs, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant. PATRICIA ANNE BRADLEY, Bowling, Co-op Clubs, Choir, Christmas Pageant, Semester Play, Vollevball. N D A R D S LAWRENCE F. BAROWSKI, Bowling, Pep Clubs, Baseball Letterwinner, Cross Country. ROBERT E. BAUDEIR, Radio Club. PATRICIA JO BAYBECK, FHA, Pep, QuiII8tScroll, Spanish Clubs, Health Room Attendant, Legenda, Senior Dinner Hostess. THOMAS BEN BEAR, Advisory Pre- sident, Red Cross Treasurer, Pep Club, Swimming Captain, Letterwin- is NANCY LEE BECK, Y-Teens Club, I Homemaking Hostess. JEANETTE KAY BEEKER, Pep Club, 2. i at L.. x 'QQ . 7' as he xt I I L T ll L.. K' Y. ' I Q X ' I 1 4, K. i S' AAI 1 -A 6 A-5. Q 5. K G. 5 0 ig., E-' , I -1 -I-I 2 .I . 4 , S. Q is vi ty I ' 4 A 4:3 U. DAVID FENTON BRADT, Advisory President Miracle Book Club Class Chairman, Football, Track Letter- winner. SENIORS SEE SUCCESS V- 4. 4 9 -was "H Q . .X r I it A-E' du E? 'X t BARRY ARTHUR BRAUN, Advisory Vice-President, Pep Club Representa- tive, Football Letterwinner. PAUL VICTOR BRECHTELSBAUER, Advisory President, Vice-President, Crucibles Vice-President, JETS and Mathematics, Pep Clubs, Class Chair- man, Golf Letterwinner, GREGORY DAMIAN BREFKA. EVELYN E. BRETHAUER, Advisory Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club Re- presentative, Pep Club, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pageant, S- Class Chairman. JOANN LUCILLE BRIGGS, Advisory g Sophomore Party Committee, Y- Teens Club, Class Chairman, Health Room Attendant, Librarian, Home- makinq Hostess. I ' E .XL Q ,i F A Cf., 5 g, xv 1 5 Q Q, S sf A ROSE MARIE BRIGUGLIO, Health Room Attendant. PATRICIA ANN BROWN, Advisory Sophomore Party Committee, Librarian. DONNA LYNN BUBLITZ, Advisory Club Hillite Repre- sentative, Red Cross Chairman, Arts-Dramatics, Latin, Pep Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Red Cross Volunteer. GERALD F. BUCHHOLZ, FFA Club, Track. RODNEY D. BUELL, Advisory Vice-President, Pep Club Representative, Biology and Natural Science, JETS and Mathematics, Pep, Rifle Clubs, Track Letterwinner. ROBERT E. BURK, Bowling, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Cross Country Letterwinner. SHARON KAYE BURMEISTER, Advisory Secretary, PTA Chairman, Alchemists, Latin, Pep Clubs, Class Chair- man, Student Store Assistant. PATRICK E. BURNS JR. French Club. HAJAR BUSAID, Advisory PTA Chairman, Pep Club, Band Bounce, Choir, Librarian, Usher. ROBERT CLARENCE BUSE, Biology and Natural Science Club, Christmas Pageant, Proiection Service. DONALD REX CALLISON, Advisory President, Noon Club Committee, Arts-Dramatics President, Pep Presi- dent, Quill8-Scroll President Clubs, Student Cabinet Vice-President, Legenda Sports Editor. WILLIAM DALE CAMPBELL, Advisory President, Treas- urer, Secretary, Crucibles, French, JETS and Mathe- matics Clubs, Track, French Award. GERALD L. CANTU. SALLY K. CARD, Y-Teens Club. GAIL ANN CAREY, Co-op, Pep Clubs, Band, Band Bounce, Class Chairman, Health Room Attendant. TERRY D. CAREY, Class Chairman, News, Projection Service, Football, Track Letterwinner. ROBERT W. CARLSON, Pep Club, Baseball. JERRY L. CARLTON, Advisory Pep Club Representa- tive, Bowling, Pep Clubs. DAVID KENNETH CARR, Advisory Club Hillite Repre- sentative, Pep Club Representative, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs. DONALD LOUIS CARTER, Sophomore Party Commit- tee, Pep Club Representative, Pep Club, Class Chair- man, Football Manager Letterwinner, Track. IAMPAIGN rian. SANDRA LEA Cl-IINANDER, Ad- visory President, Treasurer, Spanish Club, Volleyball. DELLENA K. CHINERY, Advisory Pep Club Representative, Pep Club, Serv- ice Club. KAY ANN CHRISTY, Advisory Presif dent, Alchemists VicefPresident, Mir' acle Book, Pep Clubs, Band, Band Bounce CARLA JUNE CLABEUSCH, Advisory Secretary, Sophomore Party Com' mittee, Pep Club Representative, Arts-Dramatics, Pep Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Class Chairman, DEROLD JAMES CLEMENT, Advisory Vice-President, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Cross Country and Track Letterwin- ner. JAMES HARRY coLE, Advisory President, sophomore 'S Party Committee, Pep Club Representative, Big IA, Class Chairman, Basketball, Football Letterwinner, LINDA LOU COOPER, FHA, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, FLOYD ARTHUR CORRIGAN, Pep Club, Football. CONSTANCE LOREN COTHRAN, Advisory Vice'Prcsi- dent, Pep Club Representative, Pep Club, 'tx THEODORE WILLIAM COUGHRAN, Advisory Pep Club Representative. NANCY VIRGINIA COX, Advisory Secretary-Treasurer, Alchemists, Art-Dramatics, French, JETS and Mathe- f. sory Secretary, matics Secretary Clubs, Red Cross President. PATRICIA JO COX, Latin Club. DALE ERWIN CRIBBINS. PATRICIA ANN CULVER, Advisory President, Secre- tary4Treasurer, Sophomore Party Committee, Pep Club Representative, Alchemists, Quill-Scroll Clubs, Le- genda Editor-In-Chief. LARRY RAY CUNNINGHAM, Class Club. GAIL DANKERT, Advisory Pep Club Bowling, FHA, FNA, Rifle, Spanish, Spanish Award KAY YVONNE DARLAND, Pep Club Choir, Christmas Pageant. LETHA CHARLOTTE DAVIDSON, Adv- Chairman, Pep Fi Representative, Ushers Clubs, Band Bounce, 'I PTA Chairman, Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club Repre- sentative, Arts-Dramatics, Latin Clubs, Christmas Pagr eant BONNILYNN DAVIS, French, FHA, Pep Clubs, Volley- ball. DUANE FLOYD DAVIS, Geography Club. PATRICIA ANN DAY, Advisory Treasurer, Sophomore Party Committee Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross Chairman, Alchemists, French Treasurer, Debate. BRENT DEMO. Advsory Red Cross Chairman, Geo- graphy, Pep Clubs. SHARON MARIE DEMO, Advisory Treasurer, Secre- tary, Miracle Book, Spanish, Y-Teens Clubs, Band Bounce, Basketball. SUSANNE MARIE DEMSKY, Pep Club, Cno r, Christmas Pageant Girls Chorus Swimmers Aid. ERNEST DEWELL, Class Chairman, Semester Play, Swimming Letterwinner. SUZANNE K. CHERRY, FHA, Pep I Clubs, Health Room Attendant, Libra- f 435- L , ra 5 may GSL Vt -P? os' 1 gg q. N p I 'X 1 . D 34 1 -r I 1 I an ka C S I N 1 bl v s .4 I Ax X- . 4 in I I . xq' 58 EVELYN N. T. Clubs. it l 3 I chi p all SENIORS ASSUM JUDY JEANETTE DIDIER, Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, Latin, Pep, Rifle, Tri-M Clubs, Class Chairman. MARLENE JOYCE DIETRICH, French, Pep, Spanish Clubs. MARY ETTA DIETRICH, FHA, Pep Clubs. RICHARD DIETRICH, Advisory Presi- dent, Vice-President, FFA President, Secretary, Pep Clubs, Baseball, Track, Football Letterwinner. HELEN ANN DIFFELL, Advisory Presi- dent, Vice-President, PTA Chairman, Sophomore Party Commitee, Club Hillite Representative, Pep C I u b Representative, Red Cross Chairman. Q'-i' 4 A its ii . .if ,M E... DAVID ARTHUR DILL, FFA Club JOSEPH VINCENT DOEPKER. JOANN ELIZABETH DOLLHOPF, FHA, JETS and Mathe- matics, Latin, Pep Clubs, Band, Band Bounce, Drum Maiorette. JOHN JAMES DONAHUE, Advisory Treasurer, Secre- tary, Class Chairman. DONALD ELMER DONNER. JAMES HOWARD DOUGLAS, Advisory President, Vice- President, Pep Club Vice-President, Band, Band Bounce, Class Chairman, Dance Orchestra. LARRY R. DOUGLAS, Pep Club, Band Bounce, Band, Class Chairman, Orchestra, Baseball. JANICE LOUISE DOVIN, Pep Club, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pageant, Girls Chorus. JAMES ALAN DRAVES, Advisory President, Club Hill- ite Representative, Pep Club Representative, Big IA, Class Chairman, Baseball and Football Letterwinner. STUART JEAN DREW, Advisory Pep Club Representa- tive, Baseball and Football Letterwinner, Basketball. DOROTHY MAE DRISCOLL, Latin, Y-Teens Clubs. KATHLEEN ANN DRISCOLL, Latin Club. NORENE ETTA DUNBAR, Y-Teens, Pep Clubs. ARTHUR WILBER DUNHAM JR., Geography Club. DEANNA MAY DUNN, Arts-Dramatics Club, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pageant Declamation, Volley- ball, Librarian Award. RALPH J. EDERER, Advisory President, Treasurer, Sec- retary, Sophomore Party Committee, Club Hillite Re- presentative, Baseball and Football Lettervvinner. JOSEPH EICKHOLT, FFA, Pep Clubs. DALE ROLAND ELBERT, Advisory Pep Club Representa- tive, Band, Band Bounce, Pep Club. JANET ALLISON ELLITHORPE, Advisory Club depre- sentative, FTA, Latin, Pep, Spanish Cluzs, Librarian. JANICE JOAN ENGEL, Advisory President, Seals Sales Chairman, Pep Club Representative, Arts-Dramatics, Tri- M Clubs, Class Chairman, Semester Play. SCHOOL 53 LEADERSHIP CAROL ANN ENGLISH, Advisory I Vice-President, Sophomore P a r t y Committee, Pep Club Representative, Alchemist, French, FNA, Latin Clubs. is JUDY MARIE ENOS, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Girls Chorus. EPPLE, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Golf Letterwinner. JAMES L. EURICH, Pep Club. BENJAMIN HENRY EVERETT, Band Bounce, Band, Proiection Service. HENRY ALEXANDER FAHNANSTIEL, Jr., Hi-Y, Pep Clubs. BEVERLY ANN FAHNDRICH, Advisory Club Hillite Re- presentative, Pep Club Representative, Co-op, Latin, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs. JANET PAULINE FALKENBERG, Advisory Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club, Red Cross Volunteer. DONALD G. FARRAR, Rifle Secretary-Treasurer, Tri-M Vice-President, Band, Band Bounce, Tennis J. V. Letter- winner. JUDITH ANN FELDER, Biology and Natural Science Secretary-Treasurer, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pageant, Student Store Assistant. MARGARET JILL FIDLIN, Advisory Vice-President, PTA CARL HERBERT MARGUERITE ENGLE, Advisory Trea- .,. . if surer, PTA Chairman, Pep Club Re- 'li presentative, Latin, Peo,Clubs, 6 'i lb' ' fx gk? fi I ix,,,, 'A ,I sm . R 5 Q I ,iw -If G. Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Club Hillite Representative, Seals Sales Chairman, Pep Club, MICHAEL JAMES FINAZZI, Co-op, Pep Club, Usher. RAYMOND WELLINGTON FISCHER, Advisory Presi- dent, Vice-President, Arts-Dramatics, Latin Treasurer, - Pep Clubs, News, Scholarship to Northwestern Uni- 6 7' versity. 4 RICHARD GEORGE FISHER, Sophomore Party Corn- 4 mittee, Football Letterwinner, Art Award. ,ix ig, RICHARD s. FISHER, Advisory vice-President, Pep fp X Club Representative, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Cross Country BT VW i"' 5 9 and Track Letterwinner. JUDITH LYNNE FITZGERALD, Pep Club Representa- tive, Arts-Dramatics, FNA, Pep Clubs, Christmas Pag- eant. DONNA JEAN FLORA, Red Cross Chairman, Co-op, 6 Miracle Book, Pep Clubs, Class Chairman, Red Cross T-5 Volunteer. MARY KATHERINE FLUCKE, Advisory Vice-President, Alchemists, Arts-Dramatics Vice-President and Secre- tary, FTA President and Treasurer, Latin Secretary - Clubs, Senior Hostess, Usher Captain. CAROLYN JEAN FOBEAR, Co-op, Pep Clubs. CHESTER GERALD FOBEAR, Advisory President, Treas- 3 6. Ei urer, Pep Club, Basketball, Football, Golf Letterwinner. , DEANNA MARIE FRENCH, PTA Chairman, Co-op, FHA, ex Pep Clubs, Volleyball. I RUTH FRICK, Pep Club, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas ' Pageant, Girls Chorus, Librarian. JULIA FRIELING, Advisory President, Sophomore Party Committee, Arts-Dramatics, B o w I i n g President, Alchemists, Latin Clubs, Girls' State Honor. JO ANN LOUISE FRIERS, Advisory Treasurer, Secre- tary, Bowling, Pep Clubs, Class Chairman, Librarian, Usher. DICK MARTIN FULLER, Club Hillite Representative, Bowling, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Band. X it x i.Jfi X '55, is- 5' A . SENIORS PARTICIPATE IN HAROLD JOSEPH GAERTNER, JR,, Pep Club Representative, Bowling, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Football, Track. RONALD GAINSFORTH, DUDLEY GARCIA, Bowling, Pep Clubs, Golf, Swimming, Track. SHIRLEY ANN GARDNER, Club Hill' ite Representative, Pep, Spanish, Y- Teens Clubs, Librarian. JAMES DAVID GARN, Rifle Club. Band Band Bounce Music Honor. ALFRED BERNARD GAY JR. Hi-Y Club Track Letterwinner. f , 1 Q , , 14 , i I '5 , I5 KENNETH KARL GEESE. X., Y A. I. 'EX I F N 'Q 36, 9 , A5521 af lily Q? .1 LUEL DUANE GERARD, Advisory Treasurer, Rifle Club Vice-President, Baseball, Football Letterwinner. DORlS MARGARET GEROW, Pep Club, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pageant, Girls Chorus. SUE ELLEN GILBERT, Advisory Vice-President, PTA Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club Representative, FTA, Pep, Spanish Clubs, CLARENCE DOUGLAS GNATHOWSKI, Class Chairman, Baseball. MARY JANE GOCHANAUR, Latin Club, Band, Band Bounce, Usher. MODESTO GOMEZ, FFA Club. MARY GONZALES, FHA Club, Health Room Attendant, Librarian, Volleyball. PHYLLlS JEAN GOODSPEED. DELORES M. GOOLD, Pep Club Representative, Co-op, Latin Pep Clubs, Assembly Committee. NANCY JEAN GOSEN, Pep Club Representative, M racle Book, Pep, Spanish, Y,Teens Clubs, Class Chair- man, Declamation EDNA IRENE GOSLlN, Co-op, Pep Clubs, Class Chair- FTTBIT JUDITH F. GOSSETT, Advisory Vice-President, Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross Chairman Pep Club Representative, Pep Club, Queens Court. RAYMOND F. GRAHAM, Advisory President, Vice- President Sophomore Party Committee, Class Chair man, Baseball, Basketball, Football Letterwinners. ROBERT HAROLD GRAVES, Advisory Vice-President, Bowling, Hi-Y Secretary, Pep Clubs, Cross Country, Track Letterwinners. GERALD SIDNEY GREEN JR, FFA, Pep Clubs JOYCE ANN GREEN, Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, Pep Club Representative, Latin, Miracle Book, Pep Clubs, Band Secretary-Treasurer. SUSAN M. GREEN Pep Club Representative, Co-op, Pep Clubs, Assembly Committee. CAROLYN MARY GREMEL, Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross. Chairman, Bowling, FHA, Pep Club, Health Room Attendant, Usher. DONNA HELENE GREMEL, Advisory Treasurer, Secre- tarv,.FHA. FNA Latin, Pep Clubs, Usher. PHYLLIS MARlE GRIEBEL, Choir. 5 ANN ELIZABETH GUTTRIDGE, Advis VERNMENT DAY ARTHUR EDWARDS GRIGG, Advis- ory Vice-President, Pep Club Repre- sentative, Pep Club, Basketball, Foot- ball, Tennis. ALLAN W. GRIGSBY, Band Bounce, Stage Crew. TERRY EDWARD GRONDA, PTA Chairman, Club Hillite Representa- tive, Quill-Scroll, News Editor, Art Awards, Junior Journalism Award, JOSEPH R, GRUNDAS, Proiection Service. RONALD E. GRUNOW, Pep Club Re- presentative, Pep Club. DEANNA GULLIFOR, FHA, Pep, Rifle Clubs, Class Chairman, Health Room Attendant, BARBARA GUNTHER, Health Room 1 Attendant, Librarian. ,f ory President, Red 1 ' Cross Chairman, Miracle Book Treasurer, Band Bounce, Big IA, Cheerleader, Queens Court. RUTH ANN GWIAZOWSKI, Club Hillite Representative, Co-op, FHA, Tri-M Clubs, Band Bounce, Choir, Christ- mas Pageant. JANET ELLEN HACKENBERG, Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club Representative, JETS and Mathematics, Pep, Y- Teens Clubs, Librarian, Basketball NORMA JANE HAENLEIN, FHA, Pep Clubs: Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pageant, Girls Chorus. RAYMOND C, HAGER, Pep Club Representative, Coe op, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs. LORA LEE HAGERTY, Club Hillite Representative, Pep Club Representative, Pep Club, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pageant, Legenda. ROBERT J HAISER. THOMAS ROY HALES, Advisory Treasurer, Sophomore Party Committee, Miracle Book, Pep Clubs, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pageant, Class Chairman, CAROL ANN HAMMOND, Advisory Vice-President, Pep Club Representative, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Choir, Christmas Pageant, Class Chairman. NANCY KAY I-IANAFIN, Advisory Secretary. Sopho- more Party Committee, Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross Chairman, FNA President, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs PAUL HARDY, Hi Y, Band, Band Bounce Choir, Christ' mas Pageant, Golf, Swimming ALBERT GENE HARRIS Football Letterwinrwe' BARBARA ANN HARRIS, FHA, Pep Clubs, Band Bounce, Choir Christmas Pageant JO ANN HARRIS, Pep Club. WAYNE RICHARD HARRIS, Advisory President, Geo- graphy Club, Football. JERALD WILLIAM HARTMAN, Pep Ciub, Band Bounce, Boys Choir, Christmas Pageant, Football Letterwnner, Track Lettervvinner, All-Valley Football JUDITH ANN HARTMAN, Advisory Seals Sales Chair- man, Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club Representative, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pageant, Health Room Attendant. SHARON ANNE HARTSELL, Advisory Vice-President Treasurer, Sophomore Party Committee, Pep Club Representative, Senior Hostess, FTA, Alchemists Clubs. GARY GENE HARVEY. MARILYN KAY HATCH, Advisory Secretary, Pep Club Representative, French, Pep, and Y-Teens Clubs. . if 'JQQQAM ,Dlx L t g U , QQ '58 MARILYN M. HATCH, Advisory vice- N I 0 President, Pep Club Representative, Arts-Dramatics, Co-op, FNA, and Latin Clubs, Band Bounce. MARLENE HATCH, Advisory Presi- dent, Sophomore Party Committee, Pep Club Representative, Arts- Dramatics, FNA Clubs, Band Bounce, Chris'rnas Pageant NANCY KAY HAWKINS, Advisory Red Cross Chairman, Co-op, FHA, and Pep Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Girls Chorus, Red Cross Volunteer. JUDITH HEAVENRICH, Advisory TreasJrer, PTA Chairman, French, FTA Vice-President, Latin, Y-Teens Clubs, Class Chairman. JACK HEGENAUER, Band Bounce, Cheerleader. A JOHN HENRY HEINTZ. Lrg ' PATRICK ALEXANDER HENDRICK, rg J! Cross Country Manager and Track Manager Letterwinners. DAVID JOHN HENNE, Advisory Pep Club Representa- tive, Biology and Natural Science, JETS and Mathe- matics, Pep Radio, and Rifle Clubs, Proiection Service. BETTY LOU HENNING, Pep Club, Band Bounce, Christ- mas Pageant, Girls Chorus. DAVID HENRY HENSLER, Advisory President, Vice- President, Pep Club Representative, Band, Ba nd Bounce, Dance Orchestra, Track Letterwinner. THEODORE D. HERZOG, Bowling Club, Golf Letter- winner. RUTH ANN HICKS, Co-op, Pep, Rifle, and Tri-M Clubs. MARY HOERNER, Pep Club. BARBARA ANN HOLLAND, Co-op, FHA, Pep Clubs, News. JUDITH ANN HOLMES, Advisory Pep Club Representa- tive, Pep Club, Band Bounce, Choir. MARY RAE HONSINGER, Advisory Treasurer, Secre- tary, Sophomore Party Committee, Club Hillite Repre- sentative, Seals Sales Chairman, Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club Representative, WILLIAM ADE HOUSTON, Biology and Natural Science, Bowling, and Pep Clubs. MARY BETH HOWARD, Advisory PTA Chairman, Red Cross Chairman, FTA Club, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Spring Speech, Operetta. KENNETH MARTIN HOWAY, Stage Crew. JUDITH BELLE HUBBLE, Advisory President, Treasurer, Secretary, Arts-Dramatics, Y-Teens, Clubs, Senior Hos- tess, Student Store Assistant. RONALD A. HUEBNER, Advisory President, Club Hill- ite Representative, Pep Club Representative, Pep Club, Red Cross Volunteer, Basketball, Track Letterwinner. JAMES F. HUGHES, Advisory Club Hillite Representa- tive, Track Letterwinner. DELORES K. HUNT, Advisory Pep Club Representative, Co-op Club, Band Bounce, Choir, Class Chairman, Base- ball, Volleyball. DONALD GILBERT HURST, Advisory Pep Club Repre- sentative, Pep Club, JEROME WELLINGTON HUTCHINSON, Miracle Book Club, Band, Band Bounce, Boys Choir, Golf Letter- winner, SHARON ANN JACQUES, Advisory PTA Chairman, Seals Sales Chairman, Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club Representative, Bowling, Co-op, and Pep Clubs. GERALD GRANT JAHN, Advisory Treasurer, Crucibles, JETS and Mathematics Clubs. NEW TRADITION MARGARET ANN JARABECK, Co-op, Pep Clubs, Basketball. SHARON KAY JAREMBO, Co-op, FHA Clubs. k , , y-, 'J MARY MARGARET JENNINGS, Ad- A visory Club Hillite Representative, FTA, JETS and Mathematics, Latin, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs. JAMES KEITH JEROME, Advisory President, Club Hillite Representa- tive, JETS and Mathematics Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Football Letter- winner, Basketball, Track. -4 wf r RONALD JEWELL, Red Cross Volun- 'L' hi teer, Track Letterwinner. ,r ' CHAUNCEY J. JOHNSON, Advisory Secretary, Sophomore Party Commit- tee, Pep Club Representative, Pep C Club, Swimming Letterwinner. F ' Q QW. 1 X , KAREN LYNN JOHNSON, Advisory A ga P' at Q, PTA Chairman, Sophomore Party 5,1 'ff M Committee, Red Cross Chairman, A FNA, Y-Teens Clubs, Band Bounce, F 5: 'ge lb " Drum Maiorette. MARY JANE JOHNSON, Advisory Vice-President, PTA tr Chairman, FNA, Latin, Pep Clubs, Senior Hostess, Ush- ef. BETTY JEAN JONES, Basketball, Volleyball, X DAUN ELlZABETH JONES, FHA, Latin, Pep, Quill- r Scroll, Rifle Clubs, Legenda, Volleyball. ALTON JORDAN, Football and Track Letterwinner.. 9 if 'Wifi U BARBARA KABAT, FTA, Latin Clubs, Basketball and Q " Volleyball. ' ' A GERALD KABOBEL, FFA Treasurer, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, . Class Chairman, Track Manager. 'F Q M JERRY ARTHUR KACKMEISTER, Geography, Pep Clubs x NANCY KAY KACKMEISTER, Co-op, Pep Clubs, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Paoeant. F37 Ag ELYNOR IRENE KAZUK, Pep Club Secretary, Student 1' r Cabinet President, Cheerleader, Christmas Pageant, P Sophomore Cup, Speech Award, Oueen's Attendent. , l DONALD ALFRED KEANER. g L Qt MILTON CHARLES KELSEY, Advisory President, Pep F Club Representative, Bowling, Pep Clubs, Legenda, Art J 1 Award, Speech Award. KENNETH WILLIAM KENDALL, Spanish Club. THOMAS WlLLlAM KERSTEN. DARLENE DORIS KINGHAM, Advisory Sophomore Party Committee, Club Hillite Representative, Pep Club Representative, Co-op, Miracle Book, and Pep Clubs, Class Chairman. Sl, - WALTER KioNKA. ' 6 t PATRICIA JEAN KIRCHNER, Advisory President, Red -Q ' Cross Chairman Seals Sales Chairman, Arts-Drama- ' tics, FTA Clubs, Choir, News. U GARY C. KLElN, Projection Service. 1 ' A CAROL ANN KLEINERT, Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, Pep Club Representative, FTA, Pep, Spanish, and Tri- M Clubs. MELVIN DOUGLAS KLEINSCHMIDT, Advisory Vice- Q President, Pep Club Representative, Hi-Y, Pep, Spanish L, Clubs, Basketball, Football, Golf Letterwinner. MARY JO KLEMPNOW, Advisory Vice-President, Arts- 'C-"'1 fl x Dramatics and Latin Clubs, Christmas Pageant. . sf L Nr: ITE? l 1 X ,W 9' sl ' 'M it I F- 2 I 9 'Yi 'i S' cf.- X I' , if uv! S. 3 ? X f i l L 'WX ,Z Q -.4 JOHN GUSTAV KNOERR, Advisory Vice-President, FFA Club. LESTER A. KNOERR, FFA Club. FREDERICK C. KOBALDT, JR., Pep Club. RONALD LOUIS KOEHLER, Advisory Vice-President, Pep Club, Band, Band Bounce, Boys Choir, Danch Orches- tra, Swimminq Letterwinner. JUDY ANN KOHLHOFF, Bowling, Co. OD, Miracle Book Usher. MARVIN JAMES KOLCH, i-is-Y Treas urer, Pep Clubs, Track, MARY ANN KONKOL, Bowling, Co OD: FHA, and Pep ner Hostess. Volleyball A Q 1' . A F vS.X, AX , ' "Nui Q ff" Fi ur 'S-'T 4 V ii -1 Q, - 5 6 1 SENIORS HAVE and Pep Clubs, Clubs, Senior Din. DELFRED KONSDORF. JON KOSHT. SANDRA JULIE KRAMER, Advisory Vice-President Treasurer, Secretary, Alchemists President, JETS and Mathematics Secretary, Treasurer Clubs, Drum Maior ette, Music Honors. GERALD WARNER KRAUSE, Band Bounce, Choir MARIANNE R. KRENZ, Advisory President, PTA Chair man, Sophomore Party Committee, Club Hillite Repre sentative, Class Chairman SHELBY JEAN V. KRUEGER, Pep Club, Senior Dinner Hostess. HOWARD ROY KRUSCKE. JANICE M. KULAK, Bowling FTA, and Pep Clubs, Base Ball, Basketball, and Volleyball FRANKLYN HUGHES LAFLAIR MARY E. M. LA FRENIER, Pep Club, Band Bounce Choir, Christmas Pageant, Librarian, Volleyball Letter winner. PHILlP J. LAGALO, Pep Club. JUDITH K. LAMBERT, Advisory President, PTA Chair- man, Noon Club Committee, Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club Representative, Arts.Dramatics Club, Semester Play. ROBERT J. LAMBERT, Advisory President, Vice-Presi- dent, Class Chairman. ROBERT JAMES LAMBKIN. ELAINE M. LANGLEY, Librarian. VERNETTA R. LAUTNER, FHA Club, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pageant, Librarian. KAREN SUE LAVERE, Advisory Vice-President, Sopho- more Party Committee, Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club, Band Bounce, Usher. BETTY LOU LAVERTY, Advisory President, Co-op, Miracle Book, Pep, Tri-M Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce. GARY LEE LAWTON, Advisory Vice-President, Declama- tion. JOHN F, LAZZARO, Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, HAPPY MEMORIES il- 59 ALLAN C. LEYRER. LAWRENCE JOSEPH LICAVOLI, NANCY CAROL LIEBRECHT. HARVEY MICHAEL LlGHT, Pep, EMMA JANE LINDEN, Pep Club, WALTER FREDERICK LINK, Club. PETER C, LIST, Advisory Treasurer, Pep Club, Football, Swimming. Pep, Miracle Book, Radio Service, Cross Country. Advisory President, Pep Vice-President, Secretary, WILLIAM HUGH LOBSIGER, Clubs, Orchestra, Proiection ROBERT NATHAN LOCKWOOD. JAMES RICHARD LUNDBERG, Hi-Y Club, Track. CORAL LEE LUPLOW, Co-op Club. JUDY BARBARA LURIE, Advisory Vice-President, Secre- tary, Treasurer, PTA Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Red Cross Chairman, Debate, Queen's Court. MARY LUTZKE, Advisory Secretary, Treasurer, PTA Chairman, Red Cross Chairman, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Red Cross Volunteer. FLORENCE KAY MAJESKE, Advisory President, Treas- urer, French, Pep Clubs, Swimmers' Aid, Usher, Volley- ball Letterwinner, CARL RICHARD MALZAHN, PTA Chairman, Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club. SUZANNE VIRGINIA MANN, Advisory Vice-President, Sophomore Party Committee, Arts-Dramatics, French, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Debate. JUDITH MANNING, Pep Club. WILLIAM C. MANTLE, Advisory President, Bowling, Pep, Rifle Clubs, Baseball and Basketball Letterwinner. JANET KAREN MAQUET, Band Bounce, Choir, Christ- mas Pageant, Girls Chorus. CAROL ANN MARCOUX, Advisory Red Cross Chair- man, Miracle Book Club, Red Cross Volunteer, Service Club. FFA Clubs, FREDERIC L. LEA, Pep Club. SUZANNE ROCHELLE LEBOEUF, Ad- visory Treasurer, Secretary, PTA Chairman, Club Hillite Representa- tive, Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club Representative, Swimmers Aid. MARGIE ELLEN LEDERER, FHA, Pep Clubs, Health Room Attendant. EDWARD S. LELAND, Advisory Presi- dent, Vice President, Latin Club, Cross Country, Track. JUNE A. LEMAIRE, Advisory PTA -,. Chairman, Bowling, Co-op, Pep , Clubs, Band Bounce, Choir, Christ- mas Pageant, R MARY JO LENICK, Bowling, Co-op, Latin, Pep Clubs, News, Commercial I Award. JAMES C. LENNOX, Pep Club. '24 f 1 32 I 'if P gl 3 r N ,r I 3 IA Ea L 6 Pgi' 'UI . x . 4 I I' , K .. pf . MARILYN ANN MARDEN, Advisory President, Arts - Dramatics, Latin, Rifle, Y-Teens, Pep Clubs, Christmas Pageant. JOYCE ANN MARINO, Co-op, FHA Secretary Clubs, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pageant. JAMES FREDERICK MARK lll, Ad- visory Vice-President, Latin, Tri-M President Clubs, Band, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Dance Orchestra Director. NANCY JEAN MARKEY, Advisory Vice-President, Red Cross Chairman, FNA, Latin, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Band Bounce. JO ANN MARSH, Track. 'QQ U 1-A K Y 41 5 more Party Committee, Pep, FTA, Spanish, Y-Teens Clubs, Usher. GARY DUANE MARTIN, Football, RONALD orto MARTIN, Biology and Natural Science, Radio Clubs. SENIORS CARR Advisory Sopho- DARRELL ROBERT MATTHIAS EDWIN C MATZKE Advisory Vice President FFA Club Vice President Treasurer SHARON KAY McCRAY Advisory Sophomore Party Committee PTA Chairman Red Cross Chairman FNA Latin Pep Clubs Librarian KATHRYN LOUISE McCULLOCH Advisory Secretary Treasurer Arts Dramatics FTA Clubs Bg I4 Ch t mas Pageant Semester Play TIMOTHY JAMES McCULLOCH Arts Dramatics T M Clubs Band Bounce Choir Christmas Pageant Semester Play Track CAROL Bounce chestra JAMES EARL WAYNE McGREGOR Biology and Natural Science Coop Clubs PATRICK MCGUIRE HtYClub SHIRLEY ANN McGUIRE FTA Latin Miracle Book Pep Clubs' Declamation Usher. ROGER DALE MclNTOSI-I Hi-Y Pep Clubs, B'g I4- Football and Basketball Letterwinner. MARILYN ANN McLEAN Pep Club' Band Bounce Choir Christmas Pageant Librarian. LYNN McMANUS Track Letterwinner. MARY KATHERINE MCMULLEN, Arts-Dramatics, FNA Latin, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Christmas Pageant. MARY ANN McNlSH, Advisory Vice-President, Arts- Dramatics, FTA, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Christmas Pag- eanh MARY L. MEGERLE, Co-op, FHA Secretary, Pep Clubs, Baseball, Volleyball. RAYMOND EDWARD MERRILL. JUNE YVONNE METZGER, Advisory President, Sopho- more Party Committee, Bowling, Pep Tri-M, Y-Teens, Vice-President Clubs, News. KENNETH E. MEYER, Advisory President, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Team Manager. CLIFFORD ALBERT MILBRANDT, Pep Club, Baseball. ANNE McDONALD Pep TriM Clubs Band Choir Christmas Pageant Girls Chorus Or F McDONALD Y Cross Volunteer. . TRADITIONS DONNA MAE MILLAR, Pep, FTA Clubs. DUANE KENNETH MILLER, Peo Club. EVELYN LUCILLE MILLER. JANICE MAE MILLER, Pep, Co-op Clubs, Band Bounce, Christmas Pag- eant, Girls Chorus JOSEPH EDWARD MILLER, French, FFA, Spanish Clubs, Cross Country, Lettervvinner, Team Manager, Red PHYLLIS ANN MILLER, Red Cross P- J r .S Q h 2 gl Chairman, Pep Club, Language Award. ROBERT WILLIAM MILLER, FFA Club, X News. X CAROL JANE MILNE, Advisory President, Pep Club. 0,74 JEAN ANN MINNIS, FNA, Pep, Spanish Clubs. DARWIN E. MISKA JR., Bowling, Pep Clubs, Protec- S, tion Service, Football. I x THOMAS OWEN MITCHEL, Advisory Sophomore Party Committee, Red Cross Chairman, Pep, Tri-M Clubs, Dance Orchestra, Band, Band Bounce. GLENDA FAITH MOCKRIDGE, Covop Pep Clubs, Band . Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pageant, Health Room At' A tendant. NELSON ELLIOTT MODRALL, Advisory Treasurer, Hi- Y, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Track Letervvinner. JUDITH ANN MOELLER, Advisory Vice-President, G- French Vice-President, FTA Secretary Clubs, Band Q' Bounce, Big I4 Chairman, Christmas Pageant, Queens Court. JOHN ARTHUR MORFORD, Pep Club, Football Letter, winner, Golf, Track, Team Manager. JUDY DARLENE MORROW, Christmas Pageant, Girls Chorus. MELVIN FREDERICK MUEHLENBECK, Advisory Vice- President, Pep, Bowling Clubs, Red Cross Volunteer MARY KATHERINE MUELLER, Advisory Vice-President, Pep, Co-op Clubs. JANET MAY MUIRHEAD, Advisory Pep Cup Repre sentative, FHA, Pep Clubs, Band Bounce Clio r Chr st mas Pageant, Health Room Attendant. SADIE ANNE MULHOLLAND, Advsor, P'esc:er-t PTA Cha rman, Red Cross Chairman Sopncmye Pa rt, Committee, Arts - Dramatics, JETS and Nla't'emat:s, Y- Teens Clubs. GARY R. MURPHY, Advisory President Noor Cluo Committee, Assembly Committee, Bg I4 B5SKETC6i, Football Captain Letterwinner, Track Letterwinner DENNIS JAMES MURRAY, Advisory Club Hliite Repre- sentative, Pep Club, Basketball, Track Letter.-firwner. RONALD G. MYERS, Advisory Vice-Presdef-', S.-virw ming Letterwinner, Track Letterwnner. VON GEORGE MYERS, Rifle Club. JANICE EILEEN NAB, Pep Club ROBERT CLARK NAGEL, Advisory Vice-President Pep- Club. SALLY JO NELSON, Alchemists, FTA, Latin, Tri-M Clubs: Band Bounce Choir, Christmas Pageant. x 05' aqd af. Q, Y '97 , A ,, .. , , W is vi T I I In nb ':- ' ull 'N 9 .fo L C? ,fr . Q- ' 5 A Q. i . xxx , , 'Y ar Gr Q A-as., qv J is DALE N NESTELL Brology and Na tural Sclence FFA Pep Clubs DENNIS R NEUMANN Pep Club NANCY ANN NEUMANN Advisory V1cePresudent PTA Chaurman Pep Club Debate Red Cross Volunteer JUDITH ANN NEYMEIYER Advisory PTA Chalrman Latun Pep Clubs Band Band Bounce FRANCES MARIE NOEL Coop FHA Pep TrlM Clubs Band Bounce Chrnstmas Pageant Gsrls Chorus SHARON KAY NOEL Sophomore Party Commlttee Pep Club PROM HIGHLIGHTS -.1 1 ALAN ARTHUR NUERMINGER Ad vlsory Treasurer Secretary FFA Secretary Vnce Presldent Pep Clubs Football Team Manaoer Track U 1 QQ E' Q JOHN GEORGE O BRIEN Advusory Presrdent Crucrbles Presldent French Vlce Presudent Pep Secretary Clubs Student Cabunet Vace Presxdent Oratory Reguonal Wln ner Sophomore Cup JOHN D OCONNOR ROBERT WILLIAM OCONNOR Track HELEN ANN OLSON FTA Latun Pep YTeens ClUbS BARBARA DORIS ORMSBY Band Bounce Chrlstmas Pageant gurls Chorus MARGARET ROSE OSMOND Coop Pep Clubs PTA Chalrman Band Bounce Chrnstmas Pageant Gnrls Chorus SHARENE ANN OTT Coop FHA Clubs THOMAS FREDERICK OTTO KAY ANN PACE Latln Pep YTeens Clubs KAREN LEE PANKONIN Advlsory Presldent Secretary Treasurer French Presldent Pep Muracle Book Clubs Homecoming Queen JACK J PAPPAS Advlsory Treasurer Secretary Span Ish Club Vlce President Team Manager DONNA LEE PARKER Advnsory Sophomore P rty Commuttee Red Cross Chalrman FTA Latin Pep Clubs Band Bounce Chour JAMES CLARK PARKER FFA Pep Clubs Prolectlon Servuce ETHEL MARIE PASSON Pep Club Band Bounce Chour Chrlstmas Pageant Glrls Chorus Health Room At tendant HELEN PASSON Band Bounce Chonr Chrnstmas Pag eant Health Room Attendant MARY MARGARET PEARSON FNA Club MARY ELAINE PELLETIER Chrnstmas Pageant Gurls Chorus RUTH EILEEN PERRY Advlsory Vnce Presldent Tr as urer Sophomore Party Commlttee Pep Club Spanush Y Teens Vnce Presndent Usher SUSAN MARGUERITE PETERSON Pep French Clubs Chrlstmas Pageant Volleyball KAREN JEAN PHILLIPS Pep Club Band Band Bounce Semester Play 1 . , y ' . I T I K L ' I , , . W 4 X . t l - f . ' . F ' -.ffl - E' ' 0 I 6 I I - A I ,,'f T' - flu, 74 f ' 'L J f 1 I . , I , ' z n X ., V v I 1 If rc' Q Q h ' ' gf.: , , f 5 '- 2 - g 'L' A K I . K A 1' 4' iff I I x ' 95 1 x 1 ' ' ' - 4 . 5:24 if ' ' . .L ""' ,. , ' BJ I A "" Red Cross Volunteer. - 6 5 "', 1 , - f 2 Q V ' gf f ' ' ' . E - c .I+ I . Q I n.,f . I Q1 ff' ' I I f ' ' , T ll , tl G' I' , I I F ,J - FF li in , I A - ' g . . I I ' a x. X Q Y 'A' ' , ' 5 I ' I I .V , f T' . I I h A t 7 l , l V l L - ,J T ' ' 1 ' I ' ," V . ' ' Al' I .., ' f , ' . ' . ,xl K - A' f ' ' H 4 l I 3 ws ' .F I. I C ' ' ' ' A 'I t 'fr ' ' ' ' 62 1 I , 1 ,2 - , - 2 if JAMES E. PINNELL JR. QI f' P A 1 tl HENRY PIZIKS, Pep Clu . NORMAN ROBERT PLUMMER, Co-op Club. BARBARA LEE PORTER, Advisory Red Cross Chairman, Latin, Pep, Y- Teens Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Usher. BARBARA LEE PRICE, CO-op Club. CHARLES ROLLAND PRIES, Advisory President. PRUDENCE JANE PRINE, Advisory Vice-President, PTA Chairman, FTA, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs. DONALD J. PROUX, Advisory President, Hi.Y Press- " dent, JETS and Mathematics, Miracle Book Clubs, Lost Chords Quartet, Boys Choir, A Capella Choir. W JANET JANE PURIGROSKI, Advisory President, Sopho- more Party Committee, Latin, Pep Clubs, Band, Band Bounce. , ANN LEE RABIDEAU, Pep, Rifle President Clubs, Le- genda. NATHALIE GRACE RADINA, Advisory Red Cross Chair- - H - 7 . g man, Y-Teens Club, Band, Band Bounce, Librarian, U V' ' , Basketball, Volleyball Letterwinner. r A r ROSALIE JEANETTE RAE, Latin, Tri-M Clubs, Band , ji ,. Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Girls Chorus. xx Ill I JANICE ELAINE RAPP, Advisory Vice-President, Secre- tary, Treasurer, PTA Chairman, Red Cross Chairman, ig. ' Pep, Tri-M Clubs, Usher. - , ELAINE LOIS RAPPUHN, Pep Club, Baseball, Basket- V , bail, vaiieybaii, 'A "' PAUL DOUGLAS RATI-IBUN, Advisory Vice-President, 'yr ,cg-Q X Sophomore Party Committee, Arts-Dramatics, Pep Y Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Semester Play. 'P IW: . PAUL EUGENE RAYSIS, Biology and Natural Science, Pep, Rifle Clubs, Service Club. JACQUELINE J. REEDER, Pep Club, Band Bounce, Choir, x Christmas Pageant. JANICE KAY REEVES, Advisory President, Vice-Presi- dent, Co-op Treasurer, Pep, Tri-M Vice-President, His- Q -'Q v torian Clubs, Choir Secretary, Treasurer, Student Store Q Assistant. CHARLES WILLIAM REID, Miracle Book, Pep Clubs, Band, Band Bounce, Choir, Dance Orchestra. SHIRLEY REIL, Advisory Pep Club Representative, Pep Club, Volleyball. SHARON LEE REINI-IARDT, Advisory Treasurer, Red Cross Chairman, Latin and Pep Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Class Chairman, , X DALE DUANE REPPUHN, Bowling and Pep Clubs. SANDRA LEA RICHTER, Co-op Club, Christmas Pag- eant. EDITH MARIE RIEDEL, Co-op Club, Christmas Pageant. JUDITH JEAN REIDLINGER, Advisory Vice-President, , Alchemists, JETS and Mathematics, Latin, Pep Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Red Cross Volunteer. - 4 MARILYN GAGE RIEPE, Advisory Pep Club Representa- tive, Y-Teens, Spanish, Pep Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Class Chairman, Red Cross Volunteer. GERALD THOMAS RIFENBURG, Advisory Club Hillite Representative, Pep Club Representative, Pep Club, Class Chairman, Basketball, Football, Track Letterwin- , .xv 9 4 . .4 fl aa- -1 A 3, S . ' T 'Q .3 4 Y '-1 , ,Q . , 1 I , . P.. it ' 4. 6. . I in Qt x. -ir K 6, X jf Ns. 1G W- . 5 ' ai. N 1. E 1 i me 1 Ut- ' l A , .' ae' 1 ' l 'I I """l 4 Q' . L, A we M ' 10 :5 .J-el r .Z -ly 12.2 1:-rl Q,Q'l"5'g ar K - 15-.f" GERALD FREDERICK RISELEY JR., Advisory Secretary, Pep Club Repre- sentative, Pep, Proiection Clubs, SENIORS AT Stage Crew. , rf i TYRONE ORVILLE RlTTER, Class Chairman. KENNETH B. ROBERTSON JR., Pep Club, Swimming Letterwinner. ELSIE ANN ROBINETT, PTA Chair- man, FHA Club Treasurer, Christmas Pageant, Health Room Attendant, Librarian. GEORGE GILBERT ROBSON, Ad- visory Vice-President, Sophomore Party Committee, Co-op President, Miracle Book, Rifle Clubs, Assembly Chairman, A Capella Choir. GEORGE D. ROENICKE, MARCIA ALMA ROSENBERG, Ad- visory President, Noon Club Com- mittee, YTeens Club President, Big 14, Drum Maiorette, Queens Court, Band Bounce . CONSTANCE HARRIET ROUSH, Advisory Secretary, 3. . Alchemists, Tri-M Treasurer Clubs, Band Bounce, if 8 x 1 Christmas Pageant, Senior Hostess, D.A.R. Award. 'J .i Q , DONNA MARIE ROWE, Co-op, Pep Clubs, Baseball, 'X '03 Volleyball, Basketball. ELIZABETH P. RUEGER, Arts-Dramatics, Pep Clubs, .nl Christmas Pageant, Declamation, Usher, Basketball, "ah . Volleyball. LOlS JEAN RUMLEY, Pep Club, Band Bounce, Christ- mas Pageant, Girls Chorus. ROBERT F, RUPPEL, Advisory Secretary, Sophomore Party Committee, Football, Track Letterwinner. ELSIE S. SADENWATER, PTA Chairman, Bowling, FTA, Pep Clubs. LARRY STANLEY SAMPLE, Biology and Natural Science, IJ-. fe xe 26 .3 Q W T . FFA, Pep Clubs. CAROLYN SUE SANDERS, French, Pep Clubs. CORRINE RUTH SANDERS, Pep Club Representative, French, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs. I' "7 DAVE CLAY SAPP, Club Hillite Representative, F f NANCY SAROW, Advisory Vice-President, Treasurer, , 1' be Secretary, Arts-Dramatics Treasurer, Spanish Club Pre- , by ' sident, Drum Maiorete, Semester Plays. " ' Rum susAN sci-lAaEl2o, Aavleefy President, Vice- , N President, Arts-Dramatics, French, Latin Clubs, De- , ' Q '- i clamation, Sophomore Handbook Committee. I 'ii' f oleiviorslo E. scHAoE, Advisory Pfeelaem, Pep Club Representative, Band, Band Bounce, Christmas Pag- eant, Stage Crew, Drum Maior. RICHARD RUFFINI SCHAEFFER, Advisory Vice-Presi- J 3 dent, Crucibles, Hi-Y, JETS and Mathematics Vice- t ' President, Pep Clubs, Tennis Letterwinner. '.,V NANCY JANE SCHALLHORN, Arts Dramatics, Pep Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Service Club. JUDITH ANN SCHERZER, Librarian. 555 MICHAEL WINDHAM SCHOCH, Aaweef, Vce-Pres- 4 dent, Secretary, Treasurer, Club Hillite Representatve JETS and Mathematics Club President, Swimming and l, Tennis Letterwinner. 9 Q ' gt. DONNA JEAN oolzls scHoENMEYER, FTA Club , 4, , Sl Q SHARON KAYE SCHOTT, FHA, Latin, Pep. Rtle Clubs. "' JAMES SCHRAM, Pep Club Representatve, Pep Club, Track J.V. Letter winner. 64 EMBLY SANDRA KAY SCHREINER, Advisory Treasurer, Sophomore Party Com- mittee, Red Cross Chairman, Arts- Dramatics, FTA, Y-Teens Clubs, Ush- er. NANCY SCHREINER, Pep Club Rev presentative, Co-op, Latin, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Christmas Pageant- Oueen's Court JIJDITH M. SCHULER, PTA Chairman: Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball. RONALD EDWARD SCHULER, Pep Club Representative, Arts-Dramatics, 'kv on H I' i Bowling, Hi-Y Vice-President, Pep Tx Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Track Lettervvinner. KAY BARBARA SCHULTZ, Seals Sales Chairman, Coeop, FHA, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs. ROSEMARY SCHULTZ, Advisory Vice- President, Red Cross Chairman, Arts- . Dramatics, Latin Vice-President, Pep ' 2 4 ' Clubs, Christmas Pageant. ' ,... . CAROL JEAN SCHLJLZ, Club Hillite ' Representative, Alchemists, Arts- T Dramatics Clubs, Christmas Pageant, ,Y Debate, Senior Hostess, Usher. fi JANE FRANCES SCHUTT, Red Cross Chairman, Pep L ,. Y. Club Representative, Arts-Dramatics, French, FTA, Pep ' ' 'S v -., Clubs, Band Bounce. RONALD scHvvARrzKoPF, Pep Club Representative, G' g is Us French, HT-Y, Pep Clubs. ' SHARON SCRATCH, FTA, Latin, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Usher. BONNIE JO SEAMAN, Advisory Treasurer, Latin, Pep ' Clubs, Health Room Attendant. LEE ANN SEIDEL, PTA Chairman, Club Hillite Repre- sentatlve, Pep Club Representative, Spanish, Y-Teens Clubs, Band Bounce, Cheerleader. WILLIAM GEORGE SERRIN JR., Advisory President, t , L . Club Hillite Representative, Class Chairman, Debate, 1. I Football Letterwinner. 1 ROSS WALTER SEYMORE, Pep Club, Class Cha rman, J, Proiection Service, Stage Crew, Football and Track 4 Lettervvinner. JUDITH ANNE SHANNON, Advisory President, T'eas- urer, Secretary, Biology and Natural Science, Span sh Vice-President Clubs, Band Bounce, Legenda THOMAS SHARPE, Pep Club Representative, Co-op. JETS and Mathematics, Pep Spanish Clubs, Assembly Committee, Proiection Service. LEO F SHEILDS. EMMA CHRISTINE SHRONTZ, FHA, Pep Clubs RICHARD L. SIEGGREEN, JR, PTA Chairman, Sophof more Party Committee, Red Cross Chairman, Latin, Pep Clubs. JANICE CAROL SIELAND, PTA Chairman, Sophomore Part, Committee, Red Cross Chairman, Latn, Pep Clubs. LEONARD THEODORE SIMPSON, Advisory Treasurer Secretary, Club Hllite Representative, Pep Club Re- presentative, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Cross Country. CAROL ESTHER SKUTT, FHA Pep Clubs, Band Boar: Cho 'r Chrstmas Pageant. RICHARD EDVVARD SLAVIN, Bowling Club Track AUDREY JUDITH SMITH, Advisory President, Vice- Pres dent, Arts-Dramatics, French, Latin Point Cha rnnan Clubs, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant. BARBARA JO SMITH, Bowling Club, Basketball. HUGH A. SMITH, Pep Club, Class Chairman. MARIA SMITH, Advisory Secretary, Pep, Latin Clubs. s .sg 'iv T" - A fr Mqlz 7 'Qt ISA lv - -. ax J SHEILA ROXANNE SMITH, FHA Club, S E Nl O R S R E G R E T JUDITH HELEN SNELLING, Latin, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Band Bounce. JOHN ADAMS SNYDER JR., Pep Club, Band Bounce, Semester Play. MARY ANN SOLLNER, Pep Club, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag- eant. JOHN JAMES SONEFELD, Advisory vice-President, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs. CAROLE ANN SOVA, Co-op, Geo- graphy Clubs. MARY KAY SPADAFORE, Advisory President, Sophomore Party Commit- tee, Bowling, FNA Secretary, Latin President, Tri-M Secretary Clubs, Ex- temporaneous Spring Speech Award. H1 H fi' All -233 ,A K NORMA JEAN SPAETH, Advisory Treasurel PTA and Red Cross Chairman, Alchemists, FNA, Spanish Y- WILLIAM JOSEPH SPECHT, Pep Clubs, Regional Art DOUGLAS M. SPENCE, Advisory President, Treasurer, Red Cross Chairman, Latin, Pep Clubs, Debate, De- , , 6 A 'Gig , Teens Clubs, Senior Hostess. fog I " ' Exhibit Award. at ei clamation, Golf Letterwinner. ""'1 'Q' t f-l. 1 at K 55 I it Q. 0 9 W. . Us s aff ' Slit ' i'il ii -its JOANNE SPENCE, FTA, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Band Bounce. DOLORES LOUISE SPENCER, Pep Club, Basketball, Volleyball Letterwinner. DONNA ANN SPENCER, Co-op Vice-President, Pep Clubs. CONSTANCE SUE SPITZ, Sophomore Party Commit- tee, Seals Sales Chairman, Latin, Spanish Clubs, Health Room Attendant, Red Cross Volunteer. JAMES CLAYTON STANNERS, Biology and Natural Science Club. DONNA MAE STARK. ZOEY LOUISE STIERHEIM, FHA, Band, Band Bounce, SANDRA R. STINGEL, Advisory Treasurer, Latin Club, News, Commercial Award. RONALD GENE STORK, FFA Secretary, Reporter, Pep Clubs, Red Cross Volunteer. ROBERTA J. STORMONT, Advisory President, Vice. President, Sophomore Party Committee, Bowling Seqre. tary, French Vice-President, Latin Clubs, Big ld. DONALD JAMES STREHL, JUDITH ELAINE sTl2EussNlo, FHA, Miracle Book, Pep, Tri-M Clubs. HARVEY BARRY STRICKER, Pep Club, Clagg Chairman. Football, Golf, swimming. ' KENNETH STROEBEL, FFA. BRUCE STRUBLE, Advisory President, Class Chairman. VERNON F. SUMMERFIELD, JR., FFA, Pep Clubs. DORIS JEAN SWANSON, Band, Band Bounce. LEAVING AHHS PATRICIA K, SWANSON, Co-op, Pep Clubs. THOMAS J. SWIDORSKI. SUSAN SYMONS, Advisory Presi dent, Red Cross Chairman, Bowling French, Pep Clubs, Band Bounce Class Chairman. RICHARD F. SZABO, Hi-Y, Pep Club ROBERT DAVID TARTE, Advisory JACK THOMAS TAYLOR, Advisory Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club. JOAN KAY TAYLOR, Pep Club. RICHARD WARREN TEDHAMS, Advisory Sophomore . Party Committee, Latin, Pep Clubs. KAREN JEAN TEFFT, Advisory Secretary, Treasurer, P Arts-Dramatics, Latin Clubs, Band Bounce, Christmas 'T Pageant, Semester Play. HOWARD LOUIS TERRIAN, French Club, SAMUEL CLEMENT TESAURO, Pep Club, Band Bounce Golf. GORDEN BURNETT THAYER, JR., Advisory Treasurer t Pep Club. CHARLES ROGER THOMAS, Geography Club, Basket- ball and Cross Country Letterwinner. 'in 2 an Q Q MARILYN KAY THOMAS, Sophomore Party Commit- S tee, Latin, Miracle Book, Tri-M Clubs, Band Bounce V -VV ' Y Choir, Christmas Pageant, RUTHANN THUME, Advisory Secretary, FTA, Latin, Quill -Scroll, Y-Teens Clubs, News, Basketball, Volley- ball. RICHARD FORD TOWNE, Pep Club. Q CAROLYN LUETTA TRAUTNER, Advisory Vice-President, i PTA Chairman, Pep Club. Q G JAMES H, TRIER, Bowling FFA Clubs 1, ROASLIE ELIZABETH TRIPPLE, Co-op, Pep Clubs, Band, A ,Q it Band Bounce. ' SUSAN KAY TUCKER, Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, ' FTA, Pep, Spanish, Y-Teens Club. y BERTHA TULLIS, Pep Club Representative, Arts-Drama- tics, Pep Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Service Club, Baseball, Basketball Letterwinner. BONNIE JEAN TURNER, Pep Club, Basketball, Volley- ball, JANET RUTH TURRILL, Advisory PTA Chairman, Bowl- ing, French, Tri-M, Y-Teens Clubs, Band Bounce. CYNTHIA SUE TUSSEY, Arts-Dramatics, FHA, Pep Y- Teens Clubs, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant. NEIL ALLEN TUTTLE, Advisory Vice-President, Club I-I,fte Representative, Pep Club Representative, Pep Club, Basketball, Swimming Letterwinner. SHARON TYRER, Advisory Pep Club Representatve, Arts-Dramatics, Pep, Spanish Y-Teens Clubs, Christmas S C Pageant. BARBARA JANE TYSON, Co-op and Pep Clubs, President, "IA Chairman, Club Hillite Representative, Crucibles Sec- ' - retary, Latin Clubs, Golf, Track Let- ' terwinner. l 1 'U' 57 1 A yd dal KAREN ANN ULICKI. SUZANNE JOAN URBAN, Pep Club, Basketball, Volleyball. LAWRENCE URBANCIK, Pep Club. CLARENCE F. VACIK, Pep Club Ref presentative, FFA, Pep Clubs, Band, Band Bounce, Dance Orchestra, Golf Letterwinner, LAWRENCE J. VAClK, Sophomore Party Committee, ball Lettervvinner, ' S. x 'EP I og-. lf in W lg 6 ,N 6- -9 X ' 1 5, a s.. A '1--a af' WA E' . I Q ., , ' o f Band, Band Bounce. THOMAS ALLEN VARNER, Advisory Vice-President: Crucibles, H i - Y Clubs, Baseball, Basketball, and Foot- PETER CHARLES VENTlMEGl.lA, Ad' visory Vice-President, Pep Club, Basketball, Football, and Track CLASS OF '57 FFA, Pep Clubs, ELLEN VINSON, FHA Club, ROBERT KENNETH VISNAW. VERA ASTHER VLASSIS, Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, PTA Chairman, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Band Bounce, Choir. MARlLYN ANN VOGT, Sophomore Party Committee, Alchemists, FTA, JETS and Mathematics, Lat'n, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs. NANCY GENE VONDETTE, Advisory VEC-PVGS'd2lTT, PTA Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Club Hillite Representative, Y-Teens Club, Usher, Swimmers' Aid. JOHN J. VOTRUBA, FFA, Hi-Y, Rifle, Biology and Natural Science President Clubs, Class Chairman SUZANNE RUTH WACKER, Co-op and Pep Clubs JOHN FREDERlCK WADE. HAROLD WAIER, Class Chairman. SHlRLEY E. WARD, Advisory Secretary, Sophomore Party Committee, Pep Club Representative, Pep Club, Big ld, Cheerleader, Swimmers' Aid FANNIE SUE WARNER JUDlTH KAY WARNER, Advisory Treasurer, Pep Club, Usher, Basketball, Volleyball. NANCY MAY WASNEY, Red Cross Chairman, Co-op Club- Red Cross Volunteer, DORlS MAY WElSS, Bowling, French, Pep Clubs: Red Cross Volunteer, Usher SUSAN ELlZABETH WEISS, Bowling, FHA, Pep Clubs, Librarian, Usher. ROBERT P WELLS, Advisory President, Red Cross Cha rman Crucibles Club, Band Bounce, Cabnet Ol' tice' Class Chairman, Basketball Letterwinner SALLY JO WERNER, Advisory Secretary- Arts-Drama tics Pep, Spanish President, Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Debate, Semester Play GERALD CHARLES NNESTENDORF, Club H.ll:te Repre- sentatver Basketball, Football Lettervvinher PHlLLlP CRAIG WHALEY, Red Cross Cha rman, Band Bounce, Class Chairman Dance Orchestra, and Red Cross Volunteer. JOHN P. WHITE, Geography Club. DEBORAH ANN Cross Chatrntan, Girls Chnrtt-: ELENORE L. WILSON, Advtsory PTA Chatrrnan, Pep Club, Health Roorn Attendant, Hornernaking Hostess GAYLE RUTH WILSON, Bowltng, French, Pep, and YA Teens Clubs RALPH ALBERT WILSON, FFA and Pep Clubs. CAROL GENE WILTSE, Pep Club Representattve, Bowl' Ing, Co-op, Lattn, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs NANCY JOSEPHINE WINSLOW, ETA, Pep Clubs, Serv' ice Club. DAVID DEAN WINTERLE, Pep Club, Class Chairman. Football Letterwinner. ARLENE KAY WITTING, Band Bounce, Choir, Chrtst- rnas Pageant, Gtrls Chorus, Homernaktng Hostess. KAREN L VVOIDKA, Advisory Secretary, Club Htlltte Representattve, Pep Club Representattve, Qutll-Scroll, Y-Teens Clubs, Band Bounce, News CAROLYN ANN WOLF, Club Htlltte Representattve Pep Club Representattve, Lattn. Pep, Y-Teens, FTA Hts- tortan Clubs. JACK WILLIAM VVOLFORAM Advtsory Prestdent, Club Htll-te Representattve, Red Cross Chatrrnan, Btolog, and Natural Sctence. Pep Clubs, Btg TA, Football Letter- wtnner LARRY C WOLEGRAM Pep Club, FEA VlC6ApV6'SlCl6tTT DAVID C WOLFORD, Baseball. SUE JEAN VVOLICENSDOREER, Sophomore Pa'tr Corn' mtttee Band Bounce Ctfrstnsas Pageant Cfrls Crows WYMAN JORDAN WRIGHT Pep Club Track Let'e'f wtnner DONNA LYNN WRUCK Advtsofv Prestdent, Pep C uc Representame Rep Y-Teens Clubs, Class Cnatrnvan. Student Store Manager Queens Attendant. LAUREL ELSIE YEARSLEY Advtsory Pep Cluo Reprer sentatwe Co-oo Club, FHA Vlce-Rres'dent Heat' Roorv' Attendant. Legends Glrls Sport Letter.-. 'ne' Sen o' D :wer Hostess PAMELA KAY YOUNG. Advtsory Treasurer, Secretary Bot,-.ltng Club THOMAS JAMES ZASTROW. RICHARD RALPH ZEILINOER FFA Club HAROLD ZIMMERMAN JR. Bowltng Mtrace Book Club, Band Letterwtnner, Band Bounce, Dancln Orches- tra, Stage Crew. Teens Clubs, Usher. ,THOMAS ROBERT WILLIAMS, HI-Y I U T U Roaster M. DORAS WILKIN, Lattn and Pep Clubs. BASIL B. WlLLlAMS, Advtsory Presl- dent Pep Club Representattve, Class Cha rrrtf-n INILLIAMS, Red Rep Club Repre- sentatlve, Co-op, FHA, Pep, and Y- - and Pep Clubs, Cross Country, Tearn , K N D' !Manager, Track Letterwinner. X ,Q ,SANDRA K. WILLMAR, Pep Club, ' Band Bounce, Chrtstrnas Pageant, KL 4 ,ee -it trxfl 'Q WIECK. lf' 9 , Q, , J x 'J Am f 3. ug. 5 9 fl sz- ' ,X - Y 4 19' Qu. Q it C - v ,'gP , g , R X U9 B C Q , JUNlORS Better watch that duet girls' This year's juniors dived right in to all of the complexities of life at Arthur Hill. From expe- rience they knew the importance of study, the fun of participation the advantages of club mem bershup They signed up for driver training gave serious thought to future careers received class rings and clnmaxed the year with the Junior Prom The rumors have proved themselves capable of being a terrnflc senior class JUNIORS FCLLOW THE PACE FOR Abbe Jeannette Abbenante Nancy Acker Larry Adair Judy Ahleman James Ahrens Bob Albright Kathleen Albright Ronnie Alexander Gerald Alexander S undra Allman Lorraine Anderson Karen Anderson Larry Andree JoAnn Ankovrak David Arins Vi a Arndt William Arnot Bob Baker Rosemary Balley Francis Balllen Elton Balzer Janice Banaszek David Barnett Phillip Barr Charles Bartle John Bartlett Sue Bartlett Richard Bauder Sandra Bauer Dixie Bauer Jeneanne Bauer Lanny Bauer Vonnuta Baybeck Patrick Beach Maureen Beadle Carol Beadle Helen Beatenhead Richard Beatty Su sa n Beck Howard --41 YI ,Q -I Lg RS' .5 35 vs' h VX, A had 'B --3 AA ,. if ve N Beck Robert Beckmann Sandra J I7 A Behrens Charlotte Benlamrn Darlene ,ng Berg Gordon Berg James Berkobren Ed Berkompas Gary Berlin Donald X 4, Bernecker Jane Beyer Nancy 1' Beyersdorf Kenneth Bigger Lula Bunder Judy Bishop Ronald Blxler William I . l . 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'1 IN THEIR SENIOR YEAR lv-7 Au 11-1 LJ gl 3 ID Grant Robert Grashaw James Graves Nancy Green Jacquelune Green James Grenell Robert Gromek Glorua Grout Kenneth Grundas John Gunther Gary Gwnazdowsku Edward Hale Susan Hales Betty Hales Janet dis HQ Id vii me " vcr ni wi J 3 -.40 'Ft T QQ 4 Q' Q-J 34 W ...Q J' I rv NW Fass Kathertne Faust Ronald Fedder Robert Felmlee Jeffrey Ferns Shelley Feuersteun Ruth Fnnazzl Gerolanne Funch Kay Flnlce Anne Ftnley Janet Fuscher Robert Floeter Jacquelnne Fox Joanne Frank Douglas Franklnn Kenyon Fredencks John Frey Sue Frntzler Kay Frost Jane Frye Robert Fuller Sally Fuss Betsy Fuss Peggy Gage Janet Gage Ronald Gallardo Eleanor Gamboa Estella Garrett Jean Gates Wulluam Geustman Juduth George Thomas Gerow Barbara Gnffnn Pat Glave Sharon Golz Kay Gorashko Robert Gorsuch Judrth Gosen Larr Gossett Jnm Graft Joyce Graham Dave Graham LeRoy 'Qin - x ' I , TJ if J . 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Mary Ann Harrell Louls Harrvs Lucrlle Harns Rlchard Hart Marllyn Harvey Tom JUNICR PROM OFFERS A DELIGHTFUL Hasse Davud Hauman Bonnue Hazen Patrncua -v Head Dolores Hebl Rlchard Hegenauer Helmkamp Gary Helpap John Hendrick Murray Hendncks Gerald Hennung Sandra Hentuer Roy Hlckey Jean Hlcks Lnnda fi? Hrgglns Maruan Hulbrandt Larry Hull Martrn Hlnds Herbert Hodglns Nancy Hogg Kenneth ,A AA A .4-y As. Ai-A 'S .ur Y 1 Hohn Conme Holllday Sharon Holstad Carl Holubnk Ronald Hook Ellzabeth Hover Donald Hover Wlllram ,4- Hubbard Ardlth Howland Kay Howson Bull Hubbard Don Humphrey Jacquxe Hunt Larry Hume' Wanda ll E Husen Agnes Y 'QE Hutchnson Marcua Hyslop Robert Inman Janet M Fi lzzo Jeannle -1 Jacques Davnd 4""' James Mary . Janssens Kathleen Conme Roush and Sam Tesauro spent an Evemng un Pans as 7' Jarrard Judy Jewell Sandra Jewett Gorden Johnston Mary Jones Wlllnam Jordan Gale ll, , ll, J' ,L 6 , ll, ' ' J 2 , -6 ., 1 v-rv '1 A . H'- - -, xl A 4- A . 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I . ,, 19 1 A fb I Kaiser Terrence Kamenar Charlene Karls Loss Kaufman Kenneth Kaufman Lawrence Keck Suzanne Keeler Orvulle Kemerer Cnarles Kendall Wayne Kennedy Paul Kerns Nancy Kerr Elizabeth Kerreos John Kang Rosalne I gn -'J' 1 0 lla Nr -4' -v-' EVENING TO THE CLASS OF 58 gl 4. Ag Lavnolette Jackte Leaman James Ledcly Larry Leesch Ann Leland Charlene Lemke Paul 2 .2 0'- rl 4 ff.. A4 rx 9-vu .lf-4' ...ad 7961, M4 .J an ,dv Lf? T Ktngham Sally Knngsbury Vesta Knrkey Barbara Ktrkey Bll Knrkpatrack Ann Klein Terry Kleunfelder Judy Klenk Lorraine Klvne Deanna Knowlton Donald Kochalka Robert Koester Carol Kolleth Wulluarn Konesko Joann Kowalskn Barbara Krapohl Lora Krause Karen Krauss Carol Kretz Russell Kubnak Robert Kuelske Norma Kuhlman Bruce Kundmnger Gary Kundnnger William Kutsch Ruclward LaBralce Sidney LaDouce Jack LaDouce Sally Lafayette Wayne LaFleur Judy LaGrow Jam Laurow Ronald Lall David Lamrouex Joan Lang Robert Langley Joann Larkln Harold Larson Carol Laufman Larry Laur Nancy Laurenz J II Laurua Nancy Judv Lambert and Chuck Ranke engoy the pause A may retreshes I D I ' 0- .. ,. . J ia - al 1 , , V Y r , A 'x 1 -A '-f. ' ' A' , ' r JI y f . 1? 5 ' ' 'S' eff' f- I ' . .J . ' " ' ' ' -- ' , , ., J K yu V N V V , I , - 1 5 - ,1 5' A- Q fu: 1 I I ' " . N A 2 '2 Kg. I , l ' ' '-. ' J X , ' ' , , - '?'x -6' 1 75- A K . 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'S' Aff K .9 0:44 A-A Lentner, Tim Leser, John Leser, Robert Lewis, Barbara Lichtenwald, Joan Light, Charles List, Geoffrey Little, John Little, LeRoy Lodge, Pat Loeblein Penny Lord Don Louchart Geraldine Mack Barbara fr 3 Z. 'J' 1--1 "" if Miller Barbara Miller Rachel Miller William Minard Ronnie Minnick Roger Minnis Velma Minor Peg Monson Bruce Moore Constance Moreau John Moretti Guy Mosca Vincent Muehlenbeck Brent Muehlenbeck William Q Y J, 'J .I 1 I A f , "' PI 7 , I L, ' .1 I f f , ' " fr ' "' ' . 5' -a I 6 , I A 7' : ' , it ' f- , L k 'J I , A J . ' f 4 ar 'I . I f ,V 2 I ,x W I la L v H f, .9 ' .3 f ' -i , 4 li? .1 F7 Ez? ' task' A If A' - , ' 'f T l ' Q, Y ' v- Q 5. Ya -vw' I lf 4 K 'T x ' N fif IL I P 'j qi- li ' f 4 ' I I I 1 I , A 4 t l ' . g . -sv g.: 7 , "T , ' 'CS' , -4 Ji ., ' I 4' gf, I J, 1 I - ,., z nl V 4 A ' I K 4 - ' 5' ' . 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TRAINING PROGRAM Q3 1 3 299. 9 fl' 'Z 44- 'Z' Aff I 4+ Prlce Marllyn Prnes Margorle Proux Louanne Pugh James Pulaski Barry Radley Bonny Radley Howard Rae James Ralph Carol Rappuhn Juduth Rappuhn Mary Ellen Raymond Colleen Reed Jam 1322 Read Davld 'gy v4 Neyrnenyer Duck Nlederquell Carol Nnederstadt Charles Nueman Paul Nowak James OBrnen Tum Oglestone Judith Olson Juduth Olson Warren Olfz Donald Omness Muriel Ormsby Jannce Osterbeck Paul Otto Sue Owen Kay Paxne Susan Parker Joyce Parker Wllllam Parks Carol Parks Dorothy Parrrsh Sharon Pate Judith Pawlnck Sandra Pepnn Marlorue Persons Patrncna Peterson Dale Pfeuffer Marcla Phllllps Frances Pnehl Margaret Pnetrzak Judnth Ploetz Juduth Plonta Marne Poellet Arloa Pohlman Jean Pohlman Thomas Polaske Noreen Poplewskn Llnda Posey Sharor- Powers Constance Powlus Bonnue Pretzer Carroll v' PLM J... 3 I l , ' 'G' ' ' v L 1 1 V ' - I :L J 'df' , lg, ' ' , 1 ' f o Eu V 1 ' l A N.-4' " ' ' V 1 W ",, L . 3 I, D., , ',h9 I va l ' ' A4 I A K? x ,- I '81 -r Y ' ' ' A-A - ' lr 1 - r f 4 43 Q- 3 -2 , 1 - ' 'J , 1' . f 5 P' , K b 1 . 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Al Rermus Sue Rernke Carol Rertler Carol Renshaw Catherrne Rexlus Geraldune Richards Pamela Rlgg Sandra Rrseley Lana Roberts Mary Robertson Sue Robrnson Sandra Robson Mrchael Roe Larry JUNIORS PARTICIPATE IN ATHLETIC Rork Ted Rosa Raymond Rosales Natl Rosenfueld Judy we 4 Rossman Carol Rossow Marlon Roth Clarnce Roth Jay Roth Ronald Rousseau Barry Roux Henry Rurz Comme Rulapaugh Willard Rumbles Wayne Rurnmel Ted Runyan Fred Rupp Larry Ruppel Patrrcua Rupprecht Wrllram Rutherford Jack Sackrlder Kerneth Sadenwater Susan Sadler Robert Salvr Deanna Samson Fay Sandoval Connle Sands Kay Scharlch Barbara Schark Nancy Schell Geraldune Schemm Carol Schnbelhut Mary Schrrmer Lucle Schmidt Janrce Schmrdt Lloyd Schmrdt Wallus -0 Y 7 3 1 Schmrttgen K y "' Schnerder John Schoonover Robert Schroeder Julre Schulwltz Gustav Qunck as a wmkl Jam Rae recovers our ball Q-1 av. wl....a Rogers Rlchard .41 9:3 :J ,of ,Av fn AV wi ,-o -.f Schumacher John Schwan Elalne , Scott Darrell Seeley Dale Selbert Marqorle Serde Rrchard L0 1 A f 1 - ' , 3 2, 4 ' ,fl ' . 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' I I ' Setdel Mtchael Seldel Phtltp Setfert Ute Setty Patrtcta Seymore Karen Shabluk Judtth Sharar Joyce Shtelds Dennts Stlmeks Anna Stmon John Stmpson Joyce Slaton Roberta Srntth Gale SfT'Ifl'T ,lean 41 3 -r-v -1 'U 'Q EVENTS OF THE YEAR M .4541 -stag, Thumme Carol Todd Bonnte Tolloff John Townley Mary Tretb Carol Trew Susan 1' 'Na 40 7? kv f-1--v I2 i 5 'SZ' -5 dh L P klb M it , A t .4 . x 2 ' T' . ' ' A ,Q Q ,-9 'V Q 7 A4 - ' I J ' .3 I, "' J. 'fr' A 4 ,,, v .' ' l QE V .ca 4,45-F' ' 'T .inf .1 L", t -J-'ae V' l , . , V , u J ,, 1 , 3 E A R L T r 3 J . ' I ' I A r. N It ' I ,- ,VV' fa AS 4 g A at 1 by ,J 1 Q' 1 1:14 I . 1 , ., K - I ' ,- ' ' l 1- I l - 4: :O V' A -an 3 ', 4 N! , 'l 'QS J 9 L -Q I Q2 79" t- Li? 4' ,L l 1' ' ' ' 1 r ,Y xt 'J . f ' Q , r '.v fx ff -' A lx X 's f 4- - , xQl 4 l ' S 3 4, an Ay ' - l Q 1 J -4 . 4 ... J x , V f f .T gf f rg, C ' ' . 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V. - ' - i I -4 'Q-9 Smtth Joe Smtth Melvtn Smtth Mtchael Solgate Jean Sommers Robert Sonnenberg James Sorenson Jarres Soya Sandra Spears Elatne Spence Rodney Spence Sue Sperry Sandra Sptcer Carolyn A Startder Charmatne Starlc Margaret Steckert Kenneth Stewart Dennis Sttngel Janet Sttngel Ralph Stoll James Street Arthur Streussntg Paul Strtcker Kathleen Strtckland Ann Stroeb l Carol Stuart Carol Sutton Shtrley Swarthout Larry ,pd- Taltk Marlene Tanner Susan Taylor Barbara Taylor Rob rt Teboe Joanne Tenney Jerry Thtck Judy ,os Thtede Patrlcla Thomas Donald Thomas Robert Thomas Roy Thomas Vtnnte Lee Thompson Thomas All aftentton as focused on Htllutes an actton ,Ju , as Walker Benqamrn Walker Carolyn Wallace Robert Wanbaugh Jacque Wandzel Janrce Washburn Carman Webber Mary Weber Sylvia Welker Garron Welnsteln Jack Wear Roger Weuse Ursula Welsherm Donald Wells James Wells John Wells Wrllram Welsh Barbara Welsh Thelma Wendlung Gerald Wesmer Henry Westphal Duane Whalln Margaret Whutney Sharon Wmederhold Sandra Wregand John Wlght Roger Wnghtman Joanne Wnlber John Wrlhelm Wrllnams Wrlluams Wlllrams Wrlllams Gerald James ous Nadrne Nav cy Wllson Woodrow Wrltse Shlrley VVlnchell Grant Wlnslow Jule Wrnterstern Norman Wood Kay r 4' Woldka Greg Wolf John Wolfgang Ruth 'K L 4 4 3 ' ' I 1. r el ' r J l 4 ' , K ' J, f"'ff -, I K . fr' A A ' M Q J ' I as .pr 3 Hug A W V , '-9? , . 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T -'Q ' K T lf f ' l' f If 'J' gg Y as ' wk l , I I J , . 4 JA f ' ', ' fr ki 4' Trommer, Susan Turner, Judith Turner Judy Ann Tyner Michaele Urbanclk Jerry Van Buren Del0reS Vasey Julle Vellance Donna Verbrugge James Vlahon Theodore Vogel Allc Volz Ruth Vudures Elaune ff Ah 3 QQ 05 sf J "7 JUNIORS AWAIT SENIOR PRIVILEGES 2 'Q -L IA l 4- 'H f Walker Allen 'M 'A qrq 44 f--V .ff 4 A ,rf .gnf l 'J Wooll John Wressell Rrchard Wruck Charles Wynes James Yeager Zennth Yeomans Barbara Young Edward Young Larry Young Wayne Zacharuas Marcra Zanner Frank Zehnder Barbara Zletz Frederlck Zollnskr Dnanne , .W ' :ff 5313 6 ,, ,NF -aw., Q "Q K we K Y O Q W ,-at' 1 4 l fl N. SOPHOMCRE Aaron Nancy Abler Thomas Ackerman Sharon Ahrens Marilean Akehurst D lla Alburg Barry Alcock Georgia Alcorn Gary Allore Carolyn Anderson Janet Anderson Kathleen Anderson Ruth Andrews OrdaKay Antle Marlorie Armbruster Adolph Armstrong Ann Asman Martha Avery Mary Ellen Baase Gladys Bailey Albert Balluen Jean Balwinski Janice Barber Robert Barnett Barbara Barnett Kay Barr Thomas Bartels Richard Bartle James Bassett Sharon Bauer Dave Bauer John Bauer Judith Baumler Sheila Beck Carol Bedell Yvette Beem Kay Benn Gerda Bell Patricia Beniamin Larry Benz Richard Berg Janice 1 Ae A PARTY llph, 1-.4 Y? sf E' "' i 9 X 5 Y? The sophomore class thought they were in a king sized maze for the first few days In September as they stumbled down the wrong halls and into the wrong classes However they soon were mak ing friends and participating in athletics drama tics and clubs October found them dancing at the Sophomore Party held annually for each class This year s sophomore class the largest yet 794 have proved themselves throughout the year to be loyal Htllites IS FIRST BIG ai T7 is 5 4 lm Y 1 ts Berkoblen Kenneth Berlin Honey Bernard Kay Bnggers Sandra Bird Phillip Blaine Charles Blasius Janet Bloomfield Wayne Blower Charles Bluer Harold Blynn Lucy Boertman JoAnn Bonner Mariwyn Booth Janet . K 4 ,JK . I . - ' t ,, U ,Q-'O' 3 '-.-. lk gs 4. . 1 J A A a as - , r ' ' -7 X- A , , 1 . Iv , X' -'Q ' T" ' ' " f .J 'P 1 1 9 T P ' rf. J 'P , i , -A , -A "' ,LQ I "Gs T ' A A tif A-9.-.N it X K ' ,' 'tw f 1 J ' Z' . r gf. A C -T :ai .1 A e 1 -f ,fy 1 V. A . 1-. Baile , Patricia A ' ' ' Y K ' ' 'J A J A 4 . I .I . 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' ' an x 1' " ' a -J Xi Y ' A A . as A' ' ' Booth Ronald Booth Shnrley Bourdon Nanett Bourdow Norris Bowers Bonnie Bowlsby Donna Boyd Edward Boynton Lee Bradley Vlrgnnua Braun Barbara Braun Maryann Brawley Carole Brennan Anne Brethauer Judlth ,v if '1- Ai .94 .-f SPLASH FOR SOPHOMORES ,544- ,ex af' A-.J -A Churchfueld Janet Clark Aveary Clark Frederlck Clark Nancee Clauss Joyce Clauss Mary Ellen Clements Leona Clements, Lynn JP 015 AX zxl 4? :KA - fs ll .4 pd '32 G ,sn 'T 'rl 'is - L 1-r Brethauer Rose Brewster Russell Brldge Martha Brown Patrucra Anne Brown Paul Brubaker Mary Bruce Charles Bruske Harold Brussow Wrlllam Bublltz James Buggla Sam Bull ynn Burbank Wllllam Burgowne Jacquellne Burk Frances Burke Rockford Burkard Patrxcna Burman Larry Burns Robert Burns Anita Burtch Carole Busch Joann Bush Georqe Bushroe John Butts Warren Camrnnn Wllluam Campbell Nancy Card Marilyn Carlson Robert Carroll Sharon Case Gary Causue Rodney Cay Shella Cesarz Rlchard Charnberlln Kelth Chandler Susan Chapman Lloyd Chappell Carey Chatrnan John Chucky Robert Chlnery Marcua Chrutz Wanda I , I ' 4 1, 1 ' --' , "" D 7 ' ' . , . -.I 5 . 7 , ' L D ,, of , N , X-' V V , i T A ' X l v EJ ." f f 1 '. 2 5. 6. 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Lepley, Thomas ' Lescelius, Joyce Lesh Joanne - Letzkus Joann .5 Letzkus Martha Leuenberger Wayne Lev: Janet Lewes Glenn 6, t OF "'f SY Us l" 1, 2 G3 I"'l'I U3 -I E ls. k...A " F- viioy -a AHA 'ilu uv X: -4 4 LA M45 4. X4 NAL 45.1 40 McGregor Mary Ann McGuure Joyce Mclntosh Sandra McKe1th Kenneth McLean Gary McN1coll Karen Meter Betty Metuva Mettva Meyer Meyer Meyer jg Meyers Alton Jo Ann Mananne Ronald Suzanne Susan ,ll ' Y 'lil 5 K , fa ' lx if ' Q' fgn tg K ll tt , R : 'fe' , 5 .. . be 4 xt H , J . . ., ' R NA 5. ' ' gg A Q, . D . l 3 Tl! 3 a- 3 .,: Lx' LK x T qi? e -at S 'gm l N E . x . W' F ,J ' Q N .' rf la , ll, Q K ' V U 8 L sl K! I il l Q sing' l , lit' ' fix' Y Q - .- ' .- ' , 4 1 ' ' N' G f P 1 X l -H1 -at ll. - , ' Q ' J' K of J ' , ' 1 9 5, .gel ip ,s X V F Az, s .ns Llp 4 llwik s Ali ,. . r -1 ulsl' 4 l mln? 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XAA Miska Janice Mohrhardt John Moll Betty Momier Carole Montague Robert Montgomery Cheryl Moore Marcia Morello Margaret Morey Clayron Morey Sharon Morgrette John Morrell Sandra Morrow Joan Moser Earnest Mosher Deanna Mott Carol Muehlenbeck Carl Mueller William Munger Don Nagel Annette Nash Joan Needham Jerry Neorr James Neuwlrth Richard Newton Harry Nichols Louis Niederstadt Lynn Noe Larry Norberg Tilda Oberschmidt Louise Oblander Mona Ochodnicky Samual OConner Carol OConner Mary O Conner Ronald O Leary Patricia Olney Roger Olson James Olvera Lazaro O Riordan Patricia Ormes Robert Gif .,,,,. as . , ' ' , f- ,J 4 - . L 'ii W . I -J Q I 1 .. fs is V . at , K, ,V .K . Q V s 1 I , ' D ,Q '.,, ' A A 8 . I .I ii, -L we --1-n 4 -J ef . - ' J 'T 'L-TS' 11: 'A' 4? I , ,X x V , 1 x ARTHUR HILL HISTOR Y . . . 794. . , " ' f ':. J - ' 'V " 1 , J , 6 ,.. - . 4- V Vt , w 1 Q L if - , J W 5 ti' X V f. , x, A 1 Z , , 5 uk , ' W 57 -I f X: if Q' . 1 p,,,- , Morgah, Duane 'f X ff? 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Q5 yi 49 f' 'Whey ll 4 Schafer Rtchard Schaxtberger Judy Schaper Carl Schaper Karen Schauman Madeleine Schaumann Carol Schempff Carolyn Scherzer JoAnne Schlmpf Barbara Schlader Janet Schlncker Carole Schluckbuer Karen Schmtdt Ellzabeth Schmtdt Marvln Schmtdt Thomas Schmeuder James Schmtttgen Aluce Schmolxtz Rosanne Schnarr Judy Schnelder Donna Schnetder Lorna Schoenmeyer James Schott Gary Schrank James Schrems Del Schultz Judtth Scott Carolyn Scott Henruetta Seaman Ted Settz Jacquelnn Serrun Vurgnnua Shablulc Betty Sheedy Mar Shoskey Wnlltam Shuster Janice Suddons Judlth Sterocku Ruchard Sleverman Clatre Stka Frank Stmerson Darrell Skentzos George Smelley Jame Report card day at Arthur Hull mg for sophomores Smnth Smlth Smlth Kent Nancy Richard an Q 6' Robert La ly Srmth Smlth Snlder Conne Sollner Carol -.4 Sollner Gary Solterman Brooks Sorlteu Judlth Spauldlng Janet Spence Robert Spencer Clarence Splcer Ronald 'ell Oopg " 9 .8 SOPHCMORES LEARN THE REAL Sprott Tom Sproull Lanny Stahl Wllllam Stalker Altan Staples Mark Stark Ruth Staudacher Gaul 9-. fd -0 4.1 Stevens Robert Stnerhelm Wrllram Stung Don Stock John Stoddard Walter Stoll Sharley Storck Donald '1- .4 X in A Lia? 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But the effect of daily grammar lessons, vocabulary drill and theme writing will be ap- parent in our oral and written language. The short stories of Poe, The House of Seven Gables, Julius Caesar, Macbeth, and A Tale of Two Citiesfrequired reading novv- will long be remembered. Such is the aim of the English department, headed by Mrs. Harvie. The English teachers emphasize not only the basic fundamentals of grammar, but also good reading habits and literature appreciation. X! -fl Think these seniors aren't studying? They're probably concentrating on last night's English assignment. "Concentration at its best." These meme bers of Miss Steigely's German class are taking a vocabulary test. This is a woman. Este es una senora," says Sharon Whitney to Marcia Zacharias and Gerry Wilhelm, OPEN INTERNATIONAL DOORS The value of foreign languages is increasingly apparent in today's world when nations are growing closer to each other. Our language department, headed by Miss Turn- er, gives everyone an opportunity to learn a language. The Latin, German, French, and Spanish cours- es offered at Arthur Hill will be used by' future citizens of tomor- row's world in reading, traveling, and understanding other people. By graduation time any diligent senior can have completed four years of Latin, or three years of Spanish or French, or two years of German. - wiwxkswfl.. "This is where l'd iump," says Pat Sargent to Sandy Nelson, a fellow French student. "Here's mine," says Jim Gossett to Nancy Hanatin as he hands her his registration slip. All l-lillites were able to vote during their library period this year iust before the election. TO BETTER CITIZENSHIP F' xi' 4 4MEQlCMcff-f- ' ' 1 .. .67 These American history students are reading the "American Observer", a weekly newspaper about na- tional and foreign affairs. c gym County government day in action, These Saginaw county seniors are participating in county govemmem day. mann!" :fx f 1,,,, '18 s Q? iii 5 fl L O- A I Chuck Niederstadt and Vesta Kings. buff check over some algebra prgb. lems mth Miss Robertson. I IN TODAY'S SCIENTIFIC WORLD The slide rule, compass, protractor, and eraser are the signs of an advanced math stud- ent. l-le uses these in plane and solid geometry, algebra, and Trigonometry. These courses have a common goal, to promote clear and logical thinking through reasoning and practical appli- cation. Mr. Giesecke, head of the math department, sees to it that there is a math course to fit every student whether he wants a general mathemati- cal background of everyday problems or the ad- vanced technical knowledge needed by today's engineers and architects. Aside from the regular text-book material, these classes help students to face problems and to figure out their solutions by themselves. This lust goes to prove that math is something for everyone, not iust for members of certain pro- fessions that require extensive mathematical training. Ron Koehler is pointing out the different parts of this geometric figure to Lois Karls. 9"" -.K 1 'x pl ,x5,x ' v 2 . Q 1 Y' Q , 9 , .X 15? W 5:1 ' , KV, O h D ' ul fx' . m, , , J 1 'Win' - .5-I X Aj -gx APPLICATIONS Since one year of science is a graduation requirement, this department, headed by Mr. Dersch, sees the face of every Arthur Hill student at one time or another. One of the most interesting accomplish- ments of a biology student is the dissection of a frog. Probing the inner regions of friend frog helps the student understand the structure and function of the human body which is studied later. Working with test tubes and bunsen burn- ers, the chemistry student gets a chance to see science in action. Our physics teachers present a course in science that explains the most common exper- ience such as seeing color and why it snows as well as the general principles of physics and how they affect our lives. Do all psychology students find psy- chology as fascinating as this? 3 These students shook! know Wat bookkeeo ng rs a very USE'fU1SLrbiQCf- OFFERS ACTUAL EXPERIENCE Aft Ks 3' 'i The-ge gtrls a e practrcmg snorthard exerctses tofv a book. Later on they can type them over, If fx... - A' ' 'Q Shorthand students scrbbte n the r own lannua e and E1 Q are supposed to be able to read Ana? they ve .-.rttten Sandy Beckman deciphers one of the Hscrtbbles 1 T' vs.. ' 'M 'L Q I ., '- FF .! fv no '- i"iZ4rfW'12m,5,qf Q 2 wi Carl Muehlenbeck, Ann Leesch, and Roger Olney, News pho- tographers, add thelr special touches to stories with pictures. Members Of The SDOVYS Staff afe l-"TdS5Y Wrlght Torr RECORD SCHOOL LIFE The News staff spends a large amount of time getting the paper "on the street." The news ot the school is acquired by the reporters, special interest stories are written by the editorial staff, and then the photographers add their pictures to make your News complete. Terry Gronda-editor ot the News e g ls who wor-4 on the eduortal page are Ute Seltert, Caro- A lore, and Fran Newman J: ,o nf' 4,--H' QP" Q- BAND First row, left to right: S. Black, C. Geth, S. McCray J. McDonald J. Mark B. Hales J. Dollhott S. Kramer S. Rosenberg, F. Phillips, P. Hasen, M. Rosenberg, K Johnson, N. Sarow, N. Beyer, D. Boccia, D. Frank, J Fliegel, B. Thornton Second row: O. Schade C. Eurich J. Green N. Ra dina, B. Barnett, C. Treib, E. Clayton, M. Asman Berlin, G. Harding, R. Ruhl, L. Vacik, D. Farrar, M. Hall, J. Lemmer, G. Murphy, B. De La Vergne, J. Moreau, J. Kerreos, J. Hilborn, J. Eggert, J. Sorenson. Third row: B. Cline, M. Phelps, C. Tolloff, J. Scherzer, M. Calkins, W. Rupprecht, N. Ryder, R. Klemko, T. Mitchel, B. Kolleth, N. Frenzel, J. Neymeiyer, R. Smith, C. Vacik, B. Everett, S. Gardyszewski, J. Dittmar, S. Morrell, E. Harvey, S. Hartsell, D. Swanson. Fourth row: K. Wackerly, J. Ellars, S. Trevv, B. Reid, H. Zimmerman, J. Curts, F. Fetters, B. Wheeler, L. :JV INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC ls there anyone who isn't thrilled by the Ar- thur Hill fight song ot the National Anthemn played by our band on a crisp fall day? The band, directed by Mr. Kenneth Mathews, is busy the rest of the year playing at basketball games, band concerts, and at the Spring Music Festival. Uloth, D. Reid, R. Kent, R. Neuwirth, D. Marken, T Lentner, D. Gain, K. Robart, J. Smith, M. Perkins, P Horn, D. Beniamin, J. Green. Fifth row: Mr. K. Mathews, J. Adair, S. Cradit, T. Lep ley, G. Bush, L. Robinson, R. Gage, P. Hardy, D. El bert, A. Chooliian, J. McCarger, S. LaBrake, R. Wal lace, F. Doerr, J. Hutchinson, J. Dietzel, J. Kischnick, B. Walker, R. Faust, K. Rau, W. Bloomfield, J. Douglas, K. Christy. Absent from picture: Geri Finizzi, Keith Dorey. The Arthur Hill band forms the let' ters AH on the field during half time. 112 Iii' "' ijt! is e-. 2455 af? . ii' ' I ' 3 513 74 "-" 37'-T-'Liv 1 Q ,N '1 xziwt I 9 U' 1 , . 9. ' 1 uf sfiti I - x Xjxx-A ill' ,ami LT !e 5, x ,mf- .47 tg-,il , S 1 113 1 .I H, 14 3 , .gli mf 4. x 1, .L QW. w J H A 1, ,V , U ,oe . W A V 1 y ,, -' ' ,. ug -. Q ' fx 1 egggwi - QV 'By V 'W U u qv Q 3, 2' xr '51 "' Q' QQQV WE up E' 6 3 C .i,.. f..u s 4. Q 2 5 H gl .yy 5-IF if 3 f fri gxii, 34 A ' 1 'A' I x ,f ' 1 f p sFDNWW1' F X " - .. -. .41f ?1fQa- M uQ 2: ' Q ? 4 - , ,, , 3- 55,25 A W 4 3 Q' I Y HK , '- !0 4, ' K MZXUIIE' ,Q I T 'Q . wear! The a capella choir is made up of, front row, left to right R. Frick, H. Passon, J. Maquet, J. Dover, E. Passon, H. Bu said, S. Parrish, C. Schemm, S. Nelson, M. Thomas, F. Phil llps, J. Reeves, P. Kirchner, C. McDonald, D. Gerow, P Badley, L. Karls. Second row, J. Hartman, B. Bickel, R Gvviazdowski, J. Engel, M. Howard, J. Gage, S. Sutton, M LaFrenier, E. Clayton, C. Hammond, K. Darland, S. Beatty J. Frieling, D. Dunn, J. Dankert, P. Thiede, S. Tanner, J. Felder, M. McLean, J. Clark. Third row, W. Patterson, D. Knowlton, J. Krause, M. Tyner, E. Brethauer, N. Bruening, J Turner, D. Parker, J Turrill, P, Persons, J. Olson, A. Wit- t-ng, J. Muirhead, V. Lautner, D. Proux, T. Drake, H. Ben- iamin, T, Hales, P. Streussning Top row, G. Colby, G. Weiker, W. Macomber, B. Schoonover, B. Tunney, E. Gyviaz- dowski, J. Bublitz, J. Gwiazdowski, J. Wooll, R. Beyersdorf, T McCulluch, P. Hardy, J. Findlay, J. Schumacker, B. Thom- as, B. Buse, B. Reid, J. Lemmer, and J. Cavanough. First row, left to right. M. Pelletier, S. Morey, K. GIRLS CHQIRS Third row: B. Vogt, R. Eckert, J. Tomforde, H. Makara, Beem, C. Schauman, J. Siddons, C. Huff, S. Rogel, L. Engle, V. Bradley, l. Orr, K. Lapprich. Second row: D. Likes, S. Luna, I. Farrington, C. Braw- ley, C, Skutt, J. Finazzi, B. Muir, J. Ballien, P. McCray, C. Wright. J. LaFind, B. Robart, L. Sankey, K. McNicoll, D. Kor- bein, C. Sollner, J. Yancer. Fourth row: A. Schmittgen, J. Hetzner, C. Fetting, M. Meyer, J. Graft, L. Winiecke, P. O'Leary, S. Johnson, M. White, J. Bauer, J. Gehringer, S. Rody fx, .S Q s.-L. E: I ' 1' 7 T If . 4 ' l Vs as iv W. ' . . YQ' 49' Sf' st limi' 1 First row, left to right: C. Momier, M. Austin, D. Kline, Haan, S. Demsky, C. Ralph, G. Rexius, C. Koester, C. l. Enos, J. Scharar, L. Main, J. Parker, N. Hawkins. Stroebel. Second row: B. Welsh, S. Schott, S. Wiederholdf B. Fourth row: P. Giffin, D. Hunt, B. Harris, S. Robinson, Hamilton, R. Briguglio, C. Taylor, F. Noel, J. Green. N. Haenlein, K. Wood, G. Harris, A. Husen and M. Third row: C. Behrens, L. Harris, J. Cornish, S. De- Bonner. l, 4 is f 4 7 T Y . , Fife. . ig I1 J V 1 -1 4 3 1 J ' 7' ' L C :I "', 3 C 1 i . ' , ' p ,q. 31 1 :g 3, K 4 ' ' J 3 4 4 , , 0 :yd - .9 i ' I f W1 Q' . Hllzf'-w wi-l Jerry Albrecht and John Heintz rearrange the fence in front of a model home that one of the mechanical drawing students has de- signed. Jacqueline Green and Wayne Kendall are working a proiect in crafts. STUDENTS DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT This boy is working with a machine in machine shop. Mr. Mitchell's crafts students learn many types of handiwork as they strive for better design and better craftsmanship in their proiects. Work in the machine shop trains students for future ca- reers as carpenters and home repairmen. Mechan- ical drawing prepares students for possible ca- reers as draftsmen or pattern makers in inclus- trial and architectural work. These boys are putting the finishing touches on some furniture they made in shop, ,fm x Martha Munck and Marilyn Miken admire a clothing display in iunior art of liv- ing. ART OF LIVING ASSISTS SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT ,I Art ot living is a required subject in the tenth and eleventh grades. In our sophomore year we learn about etiquette and how to dance. We study personality, good grooming, and drivers' training in our iunior year. ln sophomore art of living everyone gets acquainted WI gh school e or the tirst time 3' Ti 'WX .., A 'E 'I I A r ' ...Q ,. ' l as l A I A A K Driver training classes take Q. A place even on damp da,s Y .g.!if"3":u"" like this. flw- M f- 1 , 4, I -,ti I 1 .g-mimi , vw -118 I ' . -az ,, , n.,.A-1mr. ,. Members of the debate team are: standing, Paul Troup, Sally Werner, and Mary Fluclce, seated, Pat Day, Mary Kay Spadafore, Sue Marin, and Judy Lurie, SPEECH CLASSES ENCOURAGE BETTER COMMUNICATICN Mr. Grueber, head of the speech department, is in charge of the debate team, public speaking classes, and spring speech activities. 119.244 'I The eight finalists in the sophomore declamatiori corttest this ,ear are: starid-mg, Paridy Peters Brocks Soltermari, Sue Kessel d 'Aa C 1 'V J d E' Jearn , moore, seated are arife Peck, Joarfrwe San ow Nash and Comte Holmes 'Lad es and gewremem beg cs Jack DQ:-mam 'rw h s speeze to fre rest ef me pbb: spealcfmg class, LATIN CLUB Over in the corner is a grutf voice bidding one hundred points. From the middle of the room comes a high pitched voice which bids two hun- dred points. She wins the slave. Each member enters Latin Club as a slave and is sold at an auction. He serves his master until he earns enough points to gain his freedom. To become a member a person must be enrolled in a Latin class. Each prospective member must submit a letter ot application stating his wish to join and promising that he will be an interested and active member of the program. The purpose of the club is to strengthen interest in Latin and give the students the chance to enioy and investigate the Roman ways and customs. Latin club is a mem- ber of the Junior Classical League. SLAVES SOLD IN AUCTION Left to right, front row: S. Nelson, R. Thumme, B. Porter, B. Shablulc, J. Waespe, L. Jones, J, Sanclow, S. Rosenberg, B. Thompson, C. Wolfe, S. Stingel, N Sarow, S. Schberg, J. Green, S. McCray, S. Glave Second row: Miss Turner-SPONSOR, S. Sutton, M Stark, S. Sarkozy, M. Marden, C. English, J. Reidlinger A. Pohlman, J. Powers, J. Rock, R. Eckert, S. Whitney S. Nelson, M. Rossow, J. Porter, J. Clauss, M. Phelps B. Rudy. Third row: M. Smith, J, Bowen, S. Lyons, M 1 Calkins, K. Anderson, M, Card, M. Shredy, J. Rohtift G, Smith, N. Campbell, M. Tyner, B. Galsteser, M Townley, J. Phillips, S. Pryer, N. Williams, G. Staud acker, W. Sill. Fourth row: R. Schultz, C. Stuart, D Oviatt, S. Paine, L. Vorce, H. Olson, C. Stander, J Smith, K. McFarland, K. Steclcert, A. Reithmeier, B Solterman, T. Sprott, D. Orr, J. Verbrugge, R. Weir, D Oltz, D. Proux. 120 Left lo right, front row: M. Anrle, S. Carroll, R. Ken? M. Fox, M. Ahrens, L. Clernenrs, F. Silchrist, C. Ho'rnQs M, Henne, J. Harrell, N. Cox, S. Cornish, J. Floetcr, G Gromek, P. Hazen, J. Humphrey, S. Balnier, S. Dofy J. Green. Second row: R. Laesch, M. Asman, M. Duf- ton, J. Busch, S. Kessel, A. Brennar, J. Dezelslcy, C Haefele, B. Kabat, C, Mauch, P. MacRae, B. Bliss, L Karls, J. Jarrard, M. Johnson, J. Dilfier, M. Jennings, J Meriva, Miss Parow-SPONSOR. Third row: S. Denzer K. Scnrnmgen, C. Cochran, J. Balwlnskl, A. Hannon J. Irving, J. Grunow, G. Hammel, J. Berg, S. Mclnrosh J. Johnson, M. Braun, K. Mauch, J. Donhoff, S. Hale, A. Leesch, C. Chamberlin, M. Groulx, B. Dewell, M Hoyce, S. Harrsell, M. Howard, L. Krepohl, J, Dullon J. Garrett. Fourrh row: J. Lerzl-cus, J. Gage, B. Born B. Kollelh, T. Kaclcrne srer, D. Gordner, D. Guslin, D Markham, R. Causie, G. Helmkarnp, C. Barr, D, Hgver R. Fischer-TREASURER, L. Harrell, S. Marceills, J Mishn, M. McAllister, A. Corwin, M. Flucke-SECRE TARY, S. Bearfy, M. Jackson, S. McGill, P. Machetre, K McNicoll, M. Dennie. "Sold Yo Yhe girl in the thirci seat," says Mary Kay bpaclafore, rfegidem of Latin Club. The slaves are Jgela Powers and Joanne Sandow. in 121 in ts-4 L...-i Left to right, front row: M. Jennings, B. Stormont, J. Fox, P. Gross, R Thumme, C. Wolfe, J. Moeller-SECRETARY, M. Flucke-PRESlDENT, J l-leavenrich-VICE PRESlDENT, J. Anderson-TREASURER, P. Kirchner, S Sutton, B. Taylor, M. Nehls. Second row: Miss Hamlin-SPONSOR, J Mathis, G. Staudacker, M. Ahrens, M. Vogt, S. Scrotch, J. Schott, K. Mc Cullock, M. Rosenberg, J. Challis, S. l-lartsell, C. Muach, F. Kabat, J Pietrzak, S. Sarkozy. Third row: J. Thomas, J. Letzkus, S, Weber, J Johnson, M. Braun, S. Spence, D. Butterfield, J. Inman, D. Parker, B Bliss, J. Kulak, S. Berkompas, S. Keck. Fourth row: S. Denzer, K. Schmit tgen, J. Bernecker, J. Smith, C. Stander, C. Schulz, P. Prine, C, Kleinert S. McGuire, J. Rappuhn, B. Kabat, L. Brockless, M. Howard, N. Sarow. "Meeting is now called to order, says Mary Flucke. With Mary are Judy Heavenrich, Ginny Anderson, Judy Moeler, Carolyn Wolf, and Pat Kirchner. FUTURE OFFERS CHALLENGE Left to right, front row: J. Wahl, H. Roux, W. Mead C. Blaine, L. Wolfgram-VlCE PRESIDENT, R. Lonsway M. Gomez, L. Gust, Mr. Lytle-SPONSOR. Second row R. Wilson, A. Vasold, R. Meyers, R. Sadley, R. Bcyers- dorf, H. Kuch, H. Light, C. Vacik, R. Stork, L. Vacik, W Vasold. Third row: K. Sackrider, L. Graham, R. Krzy zaniak, D. Corwin, R. Beatenhead, W. Rulapargh, R Knoerr, J. Parker, J. Lehman, G. Buekholz. FUTURE TEACHERS A real interest in teaching is the only requirement to belong to the Future Teachers Club of America. Th club pro- motes an interest in entering the teach- ing profession, and it provides specific information about opportunities in the various fields of education. During the Christmas season, members g a t h e r clothes and toys for needy families. FUTURE FARMERS Many outside activities are on the agenda for the Future Farmers. There is leadership training, the Higgins Lake National Conventionh farming classes, square dances with F.H.A., and a Pheas- ant Banquet with the members and fath- ers. A student must be taking a course in Agriculture to become a member. These Future Farmers improve farm life and develop leadership on the farm. On the right is Clarence Vacik, he perform- ed in an assembly given by the Future Farmers. LelT To right, fron! row, Miss Beyer, J, Pghlmam N l Abbenanie, S Cornish'-VICE-PRESIDENT, N, Hanafiri, PRESIDENT, M. Spadafore-SECRETARY-TREASURER, N Maflferi 5' FW8, S. Black, S. Nelson. Second row. R. Baker, N. Spaefh, J. Bowen, N. VondeTTe, J. Hegen- auer, J. McDonald, M, Stark, C, Leland. Third row, Q, DanlcerT, D. Gremel, J. Jarrard, M, McAllisTer, L. Da. Terna, A. Leesch, C. English, C. STuarT, S. Paine, M, Mead. Girls inTeresTed in nursing as a pro- FUTURE NURSES Tession should ioin The FuTure Nurses Club of America. Members musT be eiTher juniors or seniors. Girls are given The means To invesTigaTe nursing as a career and To give service To Their school and communiTy. Occasional field Trips and a sTaTe rally are included in The year's program. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS To be a TuTure homemaker is iusf abouT every girl's dream and This club helps her To become one. ITs purposes are To promole a growing appreciaTion of The ioys and saTisfacTions of home- malcingg encourage democracy and de- velop creaTive leadership in home and communiTy lifeg and To TurTher inTeresT in home economics. The iniTiaTion is a formal ceremony vviTh a spagheTTi dine ner Tollovving. Lefv vc right, from row: C. SCOVY, M. Austin, D' Gulllfof, Megerle, E. Robinetfe, C. Rofh, J. Brenner, J. Pohlrncn, Miss Hile, SPONSOR. Second row: J. Chalice, K. Beem, J, Meiivu, G. Dcnkert, S. Coy, S. Mickey, A. Poellet, N. Foulds, M. Hutchi- son, C. Reiiler. Third row: M, Holi, S. Rody, K. Guniher, J. Firchcu, J. Turner, l. Brockless, V. Lcufner, B. Horris, N. Hoen- Koehler ond M. Dietrich. music and musical knovvledge. Left to right, front row: J. Waespe, P. Sargent, B. Shabluck, C. Snider, R, Schmolitz, D. Kackmeister, E. Kazuk-SECRETARY, D. Callison-PRESlDENT, M. Klucke -TREASURER, N. Sarovv, J. Scott, P. Day, S. Schaberg, J. Teboe, K. Michaels, M. Townley, S. Durham, M. Marden, M. Fox, M. Hart, L. Clements, J. Nash. Second row: Mr. Schubert-SPONSOR, N. Aaron, J. Berg, B. Thompson, J, Rock, P. Persons, B. Gerovv, M. John- son, A. Strickland, J. Ellars, J. Smith, M. Sheedy, G. Staudacher, S. Keck, M. Nehls, L. Vorce, N. Needham, Much of the material for our assem blies comes from the Modern Music Masters. Tri-M members also sponsor a Christmas Tea for the school faculty. For membership a student must have a "B" in music and at least a "C" average Also he must possess an excellent char- acter. A formal initiation, to which par ents and faculty members are invited, is conducted by the club officers. Tri-M fosters a greater and continued interest in band, orchestra, and choir. lt also in creases and advances the spirit of good Music, music, music, is played by Tilda Nor- berg, Carol Stuart, Carol Larson, Carol Ann McDonald, and Leah Vorce for entertainment of the Tri-M members. J. Sandovv, C. Stander, Mr. Harris-SPONSOR. Third row: P. Sands, P. Trew, J. Gossett, G. Schulz, J. Smith, L. Schneider, J. Inman, G. Gromeck, S. Alexander, K. Janssens, S. Mclntosh, D. Butterfield, M. Pries, S. Beat- ty, J. Turner, S. Vrarey, S. Rosenberg, M. Munk. Fourth row: C. Grigsly, S. Werner, J. Engel, J. Hubble, J. Frieling, S. Weiker, D. Rathbum, J. O'Brien, R. Fischer, T. McCoulloch, B. Solterman, D. Oltz, G. Frazer, B. Ormes, D. Vetengle, D. Bublitz, P. Hooper. ii' 12 5 .Ji 'Fee' Fir For Fmt" Sa! Sandy Kramer, Joan Burmiester, Carol English and Kay Christy as they mix ghemgcalsl QUILL AND SCROLL Quill and Scroll is a national honor society for high school journalists. Arthur Hill's group is known as the Treanor Chapter. Eligibility for membership is determined by the number of inches one has completed on the News and the number of pages one has done on the Legenda. Among the many activities of Quill and Scroll is the Christmas Tea which is given annually for the News staff and the Legenda staff. Members co- sponsor the Honor Alumnus recognition. A scrap book is kept of the activities of the club. Miss Crump is sponsor. HONORARY CLUBS FLOURISH Left to right, front row, P. Culver, D. Callison-PRESL J. Clark, B. Gerow, K. Beeman, P. Baybeck, DENT, P. Kirchner, T. Gronda. Second rovv, D. Jones, While Pat Culver serves DVDCD Janice Rock, Barb Gerofv Kay Beeman, Don Caliison Pam Macllae, Nadine Williams, and Dick Gardner enioy the goodies of the Quill and Scroll Christmas Tea Y - TEENS A splash party, bake sales, sponsoring of dances, and decorating the Y.W.C.A. at Christmas time are among the many activities of the Y-Teens. They give serv- ice to the school, Y.W.C.A., and the com- munity. A tea to which every girl is in- vited is the invitation for Y-Teens. Every first and third Wednesday of the month the club meets. .'Y ,v ,. 4 II- ,, ,,. 1.4 ! .... Q.. if Telling of their experiences at Y-Camp in a play are Sue Gilbert, Pam MacRae, Sandra Cornish, Nancy Von dette, and Marcia Rosenberg. The play was written by Marcia Rosenberg and Nancy Vondette LEARNING COMBINED Left to right, front row, B. Hover, R. Buell, T. Varner, R. Schaefer, L. Masker, D. Rosengren, J. Votruba F J. Schneider, C. Barr, J, Little, D. Proux-PRESIDENT, Zanner, J. Roth, D. Reid, B. Buell, L. Harrell H Heinz E. Schuler-VICE-PRESIDENT, J. Kolch-TREASURER, R. Third row, E. Leland, P. Hardy, R. Schwartzlcopf J GravesNSECRETARY, K. Franklin, D. Hover, Mr. Wairen Avery, A. Gay, H. Epple, W. Diclcer, B. RU e -SPONSOR. Second row: G. Helml-camp, J. Devers, List, J. Wells, J. Zabo, L. Anderson. 'lx. :iv - C O N G E N I A L S T U DE N T S it ll Zll?f?llTeli'1O5.'ifillllif 551.654 gone Through The minds of The bowlers in The Boys Bowling Club many Times. Recreation for boys is The main purpose of This club. On Saturdays The boys are at The Moose Alleys. They participate in Championship Tournaments. RIFLE Each member of The Rifle Club be- comes a member of The National Rifle Association. Members shoot in competi- tion with other clubs and Take part in some meets. To educate and Train The youTh in The safe and efficient handling of small arms is The purpose of Rifle Club. Every Wednesday The club meets in The Arthur Hill Rifle Range. MATH Any student Taking a maTh course or having a major in math is eligible for The Math Club. Students who wish To further Their interest in all phases of mathematics belong to This club. ln January They aT- tend a MaTh Club Convention held in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Every second Thursday of The month Math Club Meets. D Proux C Barr VICE PRESIDENT B Campbell fer G Jahn, D. Henne, M. Schoch, L. Babler, Mr. Gie- PRESIDENT N Cox SECRETARYTREASURER J Doll secke SPONSOR. Lett to right, tront ron, l., Maslcer, E. Schuler, D. J. Meyer, H, Krusice, D. Cottle, J. Lttle, B. Little. Thirtl Pfoux, B. Montague, J Bader, J Kurtz, M. Purfell, D ron, A, Stalker, D. Oltz, G. Helm-camp, J. Gossett, l-4 Helpap Second row, P. Gsterbeclc, R Berlzn, J. Ha ', Zimmerman, P Burns, A. Larson, J. Schneider. p. Let, TO Ugly, ffQr1frQN, M Gfeit, D. Gullitor, R Bro.-Jn G. Danlcert, J. Eisenhower, R. Buell, N. Ryder, K. Ru- -PPESlDENT, L. Rupp-VlCE-PRESlDENT, S. Sthott T. bert. Kline. Second row- Mr. Scnallc-SPONSOR J. Danlcert S qos '. V, - J I : DA PVOUXV R Mhade,-pRESIDENTy M Schoch-WCB Dollhopf, L. Ballleqr. DSecr-ond rofj l'glA,5omx,eCr. Barr, G. PRESIDENT. s Kramer-sEcQETAQY-tREAsuReQ J. lam B' Camp e" J ewes ' V Q ' 'Ng 4 ds lts rn s .-,ay ' expia n Sand, Kramer, Ric-c Schae- Fer, Bill Carnooe and Ge'a'd Jahn 'o L' we SCt'OClW, JO Finn J- Dogihopf, and Tom Varner ot the lfefn C Jo. The purpose of the Jets Club is to pro- mote interest in engineering and to ac- quaint students with the different fields in engineering. If one is interested and ' l " might be planning to be an engineer, he -xii is eligible to join this club. The club -it lf meets every fourth Thursday of the , ,, month. 3-ii ' .IR li MIRACLE BOOK A good way to start off the day is with a prayer. Any young person who is interested in Christian principles and Christian living, regardless of denomina- tion, is eligible to ioin the Miracle Book Club. The Miracle Book is the Bible. En- ioying the fellowship of young Christian people, having a worship period before school hours, and helping lift the moral and spiritual tone of the school are the purposes of the Miracle Book Club. Every Tuesday and Thursday morning at eight o'clock meetings are held in room 226. Occasionally evening programs, includ- ing devotions and some recreation, are given in some church. HILLITE CO-OP To develop a co-operative attitude toward fellow workers, to promote inter- est in retailing, and office occupation as a career, to encourage improved scholar- ships in all subiects, and to develop per- sonal abilities in students are the pur- poses ofthe Hillite Co-op Club. Anyone may belong to this club if he is enrolled in retailing or office training and has a "C" average. Members participate in state events and sponsor a style show with local merchants. The big event of the year is the trainee banquet in May. Members and their employers are invit- ed. RADIO Mary Lou Townley leads members of the Miracle Book club in the singing of hymns before school. SPECIAL INTERESTS A Co-op from Saginaw High School and Mary Ella Burke of Arthur Hill accept congratulations from Mr. Robison, Director of Vocational Education, and from their employers. Left to right, front row: G. Alcorn, G. Schulwitz- TREASURER, C. Burt-SECRETARY, R. Frye-PRESIDENT, Third row: Mr. Burnett-SPONSOR, D. Morgan, B. D. Scott-VICE PRESIDENT, G, Berkompus, Second row: Lobesiger, C. Muelenbeck, M. Hill, J. Eisenhower, S. A. Riethmeir, J. Devers, T. Boyd, N. Boyd, D. Braun, Matthews. Left to right, front row: S. Hausser, C. Holmes, N Gosen, J. Green, J. Davis, M. To-Nnley-RRESlDENT, S. Durham, K. Panlconin, E. Kazuk, V. Lautner. Second row: M. Hall, J. Fox, S. McGuire, J. Kohlhoff, J. Whit- mam, J, McGuire, P. Horne, J. Fliegel, J. MCLSOG, V F .. Kingsbury, Miss Turner-SPONSOR. Third row: M Antle, P. Tren, S. Whitney, J. Mathis, B. Layerty, S. Beatty, B. Bliss, L. Karls. Fourth row: S. Demo, J. Stingel, M. Fries, D. Butterfield. B. Lobesiger. .I Schneader, J. Hutchison, H. Beniamin, D. Proux. Left to right, front row: E. Riedel, M. Pepin, E. Dickey. K. Schultz, G. Robson-PRESIDENT, J. Reeves, P Swanson, D. Rowe. Second row B. Tyson, M. Megerle, N. Hawkins, D. French, F, Noel, E. Goslin, M. Osmond L. Yearsley, Miss Redstone-SPONSOR. Third row: C. Before last year Arthur Hill had no Radio Club. A group of boys interested in radio decided to organize one. They found a sponsor, and now the club is official. The members learn different techniques in the radio field. Every Thursday after school in room 2l8 the Radio club meets. Dah-di-dah-dit, dah-dah-di-dah. Radio Club membefi Scott Mathews, Bob Frye, Gus Schulwitz, Darrel Scott, and Dave Morgan, listen GS The code oscillator sends out CQ. Q. H' . Y .51 ... Wiltsie, M. Sollner, M. Mueller, J. Marino, M. Lenech, K. Beeman, M. Konlcel, E. McGregor, T. Sharpe, H, Smith, B, Plummer. Fourth row: Mr. Hartrnan-SPON- SOR. 'ta ,www-fr ' 1 .. Amvnnnali '33 qi 1 s 0 wg 0 'N " . 4 . I I M, " , ,ff m MY' 'j4fwf', ,ff I A X k WV! 1' ga ' , . V - ,ww 21 ' . Awww W. . ' . 2 gi -I ' - .' ' - Neff r www Wd ZS K. 5 4 Elm fa xp, Ui 8 Q.. Ei XM f f Creams become memories Hi Wei saw: Our foefbdz +eem Wake E TFWFGG av a row from Saginaw Hfgiw fhe flrsf meer in We new and Hwe formed ded?ca+Tor our basxemai fearf and flmaily spring sp under a warm sun. COVTNS Qrfi + pool Hfffough Gary Murphy I956 Captarn won the most outstand for thrs season Gary who also receryed allvalley and all state honorable rnentrons rn hrs runror year at left halfback posrtron was consrdered the spark plug of the Hrlls team Coach Kampe watches I-Irllrtes score 138 SEPTEMBER I4 BAY CITY HANDY On the hrs play of scrrmmage left hallback Gary Murphy ran for a TD on a belly pl y A Drayes to Barley pass made an other TD for the Hrlls TD s rn the game were made by Murphy Barley Gerard Rrfenburg and Draves ARTHUR HILL GAIN Draves started tl'e game of? wrth a sweep play and made a I7 yard touchdown run Wells recerved a pas on the AO yard lrne and ran over for the second score Dr ves Wells and Gerard mad the TD s Pornts after the touchdowns were pla ed by Graham Th H HS d fense fa,1 d 10 qlrclc under the offensrve power of the Wclyes z 7 . I in ll .. 1 I I .. v V Q ,.,.1 ., Y 6 ,, A 5 I3 . I ing player award and second team all-valley ratings . ' s I I e , , e ' , A C r l 3 I '5 9 A - I Jerry Bailey ran for the hrs? TD against the Chemlcs. Murphy and Draves make two TD's on end runs. Draves threw a long pass to Bailey for the last score of the game, Graham kncked twn extra points ln the game. RECOGNITION AS CATHOLIC CENTRAL 20 39 The Lumb cks dtdnt get roll ng untll the thnrd quarter a al that proved to b too lat Touchdowns were made by Gerard 2 yard u Draves 2 yard run Ruppel 3 yarfl pass T Draves Welker klcked for the extra potnts FLINT NORTHERN 7 40 0-ww-:sim gf-gas-133 vs. 'fYi"fW51'? 'Nia uh' The Htlltte fated to break the lnnx and fell easy prey to the Vtktngs The only score was by Murphy and the extra pount was converted by Welker Murphy broke away in the second quarter for the hrst score of the game. Draves and Bailey connected in the third quarter for the second TD. Graham converted the extra point. Mike Siedel, a lunlor, made the Gnal TD. A FOOTBALL POWER lllurphy scored tw ce the Ht s on :ck opentng plays W recetvecl a pass from Draves for the Gnal touchdown NOVEMBER 9 SAGINAW HIGH I9 O Quarterback Draves Fred two TD passes one to end Kolleth and the other to halfback Barley ln the hrst half Fullback .lug Cerard rammed through the center of the Trolans ltne for a fourth quarter score to spark the Lumb rlacks to theur thlrd stranght wan over Saglnaw Hugh 139 ' - 201 21 -1 3 A , , y we , 1' , ,J J ., , E I fy T M j'-' A ,W N, Y Q b s ya -as efla n I l I I " E for 'll qu' ' , 9 9- N I .e 'S ' . . r ng , ' : , ' - If-ff" . - A I - 1 5 - . tv ' I s L 1 . I I s - I ' W' I . I 4 . - U ff". Q A ' 1 AM..-. . Tw I ' . I 'Fleck Is 'Id a I Xi v-1 2 Q K' :lk - r - , A I ,. N f-A: f T , flwf-3 it y ' if E -'. ' GNT- L' . .pt . . S ,I .. A 1 : 1 Q . . . LUMBERJACK VARSITY: first row: D. Dietrich, S, Drew, T. Carey, T. Varner, CAPTAIN G, Murphy, B. Braun, J. Cole R. Mclntosh, and J. Hartman. Second row. B. Serrin, J. Bailey, R. Graham, J. Draves, R. Ruppel, T. Harvey and HEAD COACH K. Kampe. Third row: COACH J. McCarger, J. Riferburg, J Westendorf, J. Gaertner, J. Jerome, D. Rrouz, D. Bradt, R. Ederer, and R. Kursch. Fourth row- D. Frank, G. Bowden, L. Schmidt, L. Masker, R. Clark, IJ. Wells, J. Schmeider, and B Dukariske. Fifth row: MGR. K Meyer, M Seidel, V. Vlosca, K. Wenzel, J. Day, T. Evans, W. Dirker, G Weiker, D Carpenter, and MGR R. Thomas. Sixth row. MGR. A Nuerrniriger, J Little, B. Ahrens, H H:nds, G Bishop, L Leddy, R. Arnot, P. Doersam, W. Kolleth and MGR. D. Carter. it WT-9' t Q ' , W , It ' . X .! x . Wes! 5 if Bob Wells, right end, play- Bolo Rupple, right haltback ed an important role in was a consistent yard gain aerial offensive plays. er and capable scorer Left tackle, Ross Seymore, Jim "Tiny" Jerome was was a key brick in the considered a key member Hill's wall of defense. of the Hills' line. .fin A 1 Tom l-larvey, iunior rig ht Terry Carey, Hillite tackle tackle, was elected to be was a tough man in any the teams l957 captain. opponents book. ,Cl C . if Tom Varner, Hillite center, Hard hitting guard, Rog Jerry Hartman, tackle, was was named to the all-val- Mclntggh was elected to nominated to the all valley DlCl'4 Dl9TViCl1, left end and ley second team and the the all-valley second team tirst team for his outstand- 'eCelVeV Ol Vlfal P65595 Detroit Free PreSS team fOr and received all state hon- ing offense and defensive WGS awarded 6 P05lflOf1 OH all Sfafe, Qrable menfignl playing. The all-valley second YQGVTT ANOTHER FINE SEASON BEGINS WITH ...... VALLEY CHAMPS st ow I to ught R Koeh er C Johnson M Schoch T Bear R Myers E e well and D Garcua Second row P Neuman T Geor e R Ga e J Da J Wulluams J Wells and J Leamaru Thurd row Krogman D McMath R Hyslop and B Crane B Lord P Cox T Lat erty Tom Bear proved to be an outstand ung captaun as well as a tune swum mer Q Q Y chrems D Braun J Hale B Wlluarn J Weunsteun Fourth row T Schadt D Young and D Wusnuewslcu Arthur Hull AHHS lnvut Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur VARSITY RECORD 63 Pontuac atuonal Relays Flunt Northern Fordson Sagunaw Hugh Bay Cuty Central Flunt Central Battle Creek Flunt Northern Sagunaw Hugh Bay Cuty Central Flunt Central VALLEY CHAMPIONSHIPS Arthur Arthur STATE MEET FIRST FIRST FIFTH The tonuc ot a new pool was more than enough to ugnute the Arthur Hull swummung team From a close shate un the Arthur Hull Invutatuonal Swumrnung Relays coach Gauneys tankers developed unto a powerful squad that completely swamped league oppon ents un the Valley Champuonshups Hullute stars accounted for sev eral new records durung the season Ron Gage set pool and Val ley backstrolce tumes of I OI 5 and I O2 6 Ron also shattered the pool and Valley records un the unduvudual medley Hus clockungs were I 37 I and I 38 3 A three year letter wunner Ernue Dewell establushed a Bay Cuty pool record of 2 O2 O tor the 200 yard freestyle and pool and Valley records of 54 41 and 54 7 tor the IOO yard freestyle Another senuor Chauncey Johnson set a pool and Valley record of 2 OI I un the 200 yard freestyle Fir r , let r' 1 , I , , , . , . , . , . D - 5 ' ' 33 Hill 80 ' u5 Q, '- , Huuu 49 47 I Huuu 50 ' ' 36 Huuu 55 ' AI 1 Huuu 5u ' 45 ' Huuu 33 55 -I . Arthur Hill 68 Pontiac 28 I Hill 72 ' 24 y ,M F' 5 Huuu 54 ' ' 42 ,f I u Hill 55 ' AI I Haul 50 ' 36 ' ' ' 4 Huuu 'T Huuu X - . . , . ' . . A NIGHT TO REMEMBER ................ Thus ns the crowd that watched a dream come true was a great ntg tor the Ar ur swummung team As a screamtng crowd ot llOO looked on the Halls chnstened thetr new pool by wnnnlng the tnrst annual Arthur Htll Invrtatlon elays took a ucual r pa e n the event to unsure vuctory Wrth excttement at tey er pitch the Hnllute 200 yard freestyle relay team of Ernae Dewell Chauncey Johnson Jum Wtl llams and Ron Myers out swam the other entrtcs to clxnch the meet Thus the Arthur Hull tankers presented Coach Dave Gavney mth an untorget table momento t our trt nceet an the new poo 1--1 Z . fg 4 , , , , 5 , 'se Emotton ot Arthur I'-lull swnmmers reflects stratn ot meet VICTORY IN RELAYS!! jvii g- 7 ATI ,- i p- All eyes are on Htlltte star Ernte Dewell as Wb ,, ge. he prepares to anchor the wtnntng AOO Captann Tom Bear adds to the already tmpresstye Arthur Htll lead bu t yard freestyle relay up by Jlm W,ll,am5 t , 0 if 4 J 1- DN-.-aa 'UF Overcome by excltement the l-lnllnte swlmmers leap to thelr feet durung a close race CLIMAXED BY .mn 151 REPEAT PERFORMANCE Ernne Dewell and Chauncey Johnson smlle after placsng l 2 un the Valley 400 yard freestyle for the second consecutlve year Both went on to smash records IU other events Chauncey later placed second and third IH the state 400 and 200 yard freestyles SMASHING TRIUMPH IN VALLEY .... 400 O ARTHUR HILL VALLEY Cl-lANlPlONS Ernle Dewell 42 l 1+ Chauncey Johnson 20 1 Ron Gage 026 Ernie Dewell 54 7 In Ron Gage 383 00 med relay fRon Koehler Norm Krogman Joe Day Ron Myersl 53 8 200 ts relay CTom Bear Mnke Schoch Senior Ron Koehler bowed out by taklng a surpruse second rn the lOO yard backstroke and leading off the wunnung 200 yard medley relay 144 Jnm Leaman Jlm Wullnamsl 428 VALLEY RECORD POOL RECORD 5 O A lg ': 4u"'1, v F . "'1 ... Another trophy ns added to the Arthur Hull trophy cases as captann Tom Bear accepts the symbol of Valley swam ming supremacy from Edward C MacRae, presndent of the Saginaw Board of Educatnon . 'ff 0, ' ,V .fl '- .W J ' Q N Q " 7 Y- . A ' - bt, - W Y ll r f . . as ' Q yd. fs. ' : 9. ttf 20 yd. ts. : l. '41 loo ya. bk. .li . + l0O yd. fs. ' . 'L l50 yd. ' d. l. . A 2 yd. . , , , 1. . +2 yd. . , ' , ' , ' ' ' l. . " if w' X. ' A A ' C? ' P 9 .M A S 1 A r 4 4 l 1 I Backstroker Ron Gage oursvvam Two of Iasr year'5 fwawgrs to fake Third In The sfare meer. JOE D631 INBS 13 point VVIFVTSV in The bUIT8FIIy and FYIedI9',f VeI8f EVENTS. Qgrw NI fgrgr 5 H-rg-9 fear Iefier vwnmgrl Nag or-ngfand, mg as we afqforrrmarn of the champrorwshrp medief reIay. ...AND GREAT INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES Senior M ke Schocf' 5.-,ram cm the HMS VaIIey CIwarr1p'orwsI'p 200 yard free- styIe 'eIay, .- 'x VX pair' an U' l Pau Ne wan rrrasred 'Q fcarm in We stare IOC yard bwferfly arfd we IBO fart: P: 1 :xaai 'Medway . I I S Y I . -4, ,a'mFfe: 'V ' '4 ' I' 5 Q- 4 I Q' YI-ree yea' Fefferrrwarw Erme Deweli piaced trwrd E1 the sfare 400 yard freesryue, 5 ' Wi 9 35 I . Q Q 1 rx X. , - j i"'f'f 1 n 'fm 94 .- Q 3. V '35 5 'O qv' Paul Doersorn nunnor Center goes up for a lump ball against Pontiac HARDWO0D FLOORS Jnm Appold Jerry Rnfenberg Bnll Mantle Ted Grngg received honorable mentions on the all valley teams JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Ann Arbor Pontiac Flint Northern Bay Cnty Handy Saginaw High Bay Cnty Central Flnnt Central Pontiac Midland Flnnt Northern Saginaw High Midland Bay Cnty Central Flnnt Central JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM st N ett r J Kurts M LaFlare S You J Gustafson Second row Co ch S Seyrnor B Little bl 7 B ussow Jo nson B r B Rne Mgr R Peters Third row D Sedn L Wright J nau ro K Wenzel G Metnva R Jones H Newton Hill 59 5l I Hill ol ' ' Hill 30 ' , Hill 55 ' if ' Hain 39 ' ' ' , n Hain 44 ' J Hill 38 ' y 48 A Hnnn 33 ' H' Hill A41 ' . Hill 32 ' I Hill 36 ' ' S ' Hill 5l ' Hill 63 ' V I Hnnn 53 ' I A I A - i Arthur Hill 59 Lansing Sexton Fir ro' gl to nglnt, . , . , . ng, J. Bu nt,, B, r -, D. h ,P, id, . 'pe, . . , g . ', . ' , JN - Captarn Joe Fobear shown hen: wrth golf coach Davrd Garney was a three year letter wrnner The Arthur Hull Golf Team Frrst row left to rrght L Vacrk T Herzog H Collrer R Wrllrams J Fobear B Tarte G Woudka J Morford C Fobear Second row H Epple F Barnard A Webster J Hutchrnson P Bretchelsbauer R Clark M Spence T Barnard J OBrren and D Spence .......... .......... Pontrac Flrnt Central Flrnt Northern Arthur H I' Bay Cnty Central Sagmaw Hugh 1955 VALLEY STANDINGS Last year the Arthur Hull golf team won two meets and lost sux ln the Valley Meet a four man total of 3-'14 strokes was good for fourth place First Second Thrrd Fourth Frfth Sixth Tony Barnard a returmng letterman showed promrse rn several matches Chet Fobear alternated be tween the frrst and second posrtrons 150 Matt Spence starred rn the Valley Meet where he fired an 80 1' up Mr 463 Playrng number four Jerry Hutchrnson contnbuted val uable pornts Fred Barnard paced the Paul Bretchelsbauer won team twice scorrng In the DOWNS Wllh 5le6dY DIBY 705 the number three posmon I 1 . . O ,- 1 - . 4, . X , I gl Y I qw ...,.., . , , N ' 1 Q' , f f 1 5 A i ' 1 V f ' c, ,Q r ,,. W P 4 g 1 J Q f f ,, ' 'Z ,'.? ' I 1 1 , ,- 1' "i"J""" 'P V fl, w ' J f.'.,,,,-f.a. 1 I- - A I I lf?-N -Q-,-. 'V ,:., .I A I ' ' , ' ' ' ' ' in The doubles team of Bob Warner and Bnll Vogt reached the semnfnnals of the State Meet 1956 TENNIS RECORD Arthur Hnll Arthur Hull Arthur Hnll Bay Cnty Central Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur H Arthur H Bay Cnty Central Arthur Hnll Arthur Hnll REGIONAL Arthur Hnll Fnrst in -fdmm, M, L-, paul - 'Su Bob Burnett displayed fine form as a consistent wnnner Bay Cnty Handy Flnnt Central Flnnt Northern Arthur Hnll Midland Bay Cnty Handy Pontnac Pontiac Flnnt Northern Arthur Hnll Midland Flnnt Central unnor Ted Griggs d Bnll Vogt was undefeated nn veloped into one of the regular season matches state s fnn st singles players Paced by Bnll Vogt and Ted Gr ggs the Arthur Hnll tennns team lost only twnce to Bay Cnty Cen tral by the ndentncal scores of A 3 4 3 Capping a successful campaign the Hnlls captured first place nn the regronal at Owosso and fnnnshed third nn the state meet behind Hamtramck and Kalamazoo Central STATE MEET Arthur Hnll Thnrd TENNIS TEAM THIRD IN STATE KX 1 J Qfi Y. . H.. UYQVQ N... .nu 9 5:23 A The Arthur Hnll Tennns Team First row, left to rnght B Burnett, J Bnnasno, C Barr, B Vogt, R Spence, B Wells Second row COACH George Purdy, D Farrar, R Schaefer, B Harmon, B Warner, and T Griggs 151 C J? V ' i I Vvll I 6' A . R V 5 iff' ' Q, WV, ,, ,. ,,,,. .,,, ,1 ' ,- f , n -,lj ,.: x ' , '. lr J . t V L, r 1 X ' ' ar' , f V . , ' ' , l ' , Q ' it ' Z ' 'Mn'-n-f-Q"-.,, ' K A, L x . ' Q I -fa... M ' 7 ' o I ' . A 5 ' 2 J ' e' ' ' 7 ' 0 ' . A . 3 ' A e. ' , Hill 5 ' 2 Hill 7 ' O Hill 7 ' O ' E , ill 6 ' I - ' ' ' ann 6 ' n . . ' , , A . 3 ' , ' . I A I 2 . , ' V ' . . ' . . ' 7 ' O h A 0' ' he A ' " 1 .' , Y 1-K X I A 7 C in . V I High Jumper Dick Savage placed high in the Valley. Coach Glenn Mason fielded a strong track team which won all dual meets and was second to Pon- tiac in the valley. Before an enthusiastic arc-light crowd, the trackmen won the Class A Regional on their own field. Continuing an Arthur Hill tradi- tion, Thelvius Weinecke was a state champion shop-putter. "Bope" was a yvinner every time he threw the shot. Other Hillite strength was concen' trated in distance men Tony Sova and Dick Fisher and sprinter Bill Leser whose specialty was the 440. T956 TRACK RECORD Hurdlers Bill Franz and Jerry Rifenberg are two ot the Valley's best. Arthur Hill ol Saginaw High AB Saginaw High-Arthur Hill Invitational 6th Arthur Hill 653Q Bay City Central 43V4 Arthur Hill 68 l,'3 Flint Central AO 2x3 Mt Pleasant Relays 4th VALLEY MEET Arthur Hill SEQQND REGIONAL Arthur Hill H951 STATE MEET Arthur Hill ,gigi-in-4 ii no ow- ,Q si . hl."."!.fi fliilfi. Champion shotputter "Bope" Wienecke was undefeated for the season. WIN REGIONAL 5 .... REGIONAL CHAMPS CA ec First row, left to right: COACH .l. McCargar, A. Gray, G. Murphy, J. Ritenburg, B, Franz, D. Fisher, L. McManus, T. Williams, D. Brown, and COACH S. Murphy, second row- J. Little, H. Hinds, R. Braun, B. Kolleth, D. Carpenter, D Bradt, R White, D. Slavin, R. Ruppel, D. Darby Seidel Mason, and G. G. Helmkamp, E. Gwiazdowski, J, Jerome, Weikert. 152 , and COACH K. Kampe, third row: D. Frank, H. Wesmer, B. Graves, H Sprinter Ron Myers was a key member of the 880 I relay. Benjamin, IV. , J. Hughs, G. Bowdin, R. Myers, and N. Rosales- fourth row. HEAD COACH G. J. Appold, T. Harvey, J. Be rg, D, Carter, 53 HE FII! ,Fm VALLEY CHAMPS First row, left to right: L. Gardner, R. Stevens, J. Cantu, N. Rosales, B. Graves, H. Wesmer, S. Hyvonen, A. Kluck, and P. Wata ters. second row: T. Mitchell, D. Brown, D. Clements, F, Merlone, E. Moser, R. Haskin, J. Kulak, D. Darby, J. Chatman, and B. Cammin. third row: COACH G. Mason, P. Hendrick, W. Huebner, E. Gwiazdowski, G. Helmkamp, C. Thomas, T, Williams, R. Schafer, D, Fisher, L. Burman, and B, Kelly. HARRIERS RUN SECOND IN STATE MEET Dick Darby and Gary Helmkamp DlBCed in the Hrst eiql-t places in the Valley Meet at Pontiac. Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Ctriangular Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Hillite star Dick Fisher set an Arthur Hill course record of lO:29 a g a i n st Saginaw High 1956 CROSS COUNTRY RECORD meetj I5 Saginaw High Sl i8 Saginaw High 55 Flint Central 62 25 Flint Northern 3l 19 Bay City Central 42 I8 Saginaw High 42 VALLEY MEET FlRST REGIONAL SECOND STATE MEET SECOND Led by Dick Fisher and Bob Graves, the Arthur Hill cross country team was again unbeaten in dual meet competition. At Pontiac the harriers swept the Valley Meet taking five of the first eight places. The Hills ran second to a strong Lansing Sexton squad in the Regional, and again in the State Meet it was Lansing Sexton followed by Arthur Hill with all other teams far behind the two pace setters. VF La. Nati Rosales will lead the Harriers into action next year. Bob Graves was instrumen- tal in the Hillite's second consecutive undefeated dual meet season. 153 RUNS, HITS, AND ERRORS ls unfit? ' f..." First game iitters lasted all sea- son as the Arthur Hill baseball team won only one game while losing thirteen. The season's only bright spot came on the home diamond in a well played game against Midland won by Arthur Hill I-O. Whoops' Jim Draves slides back to second head first as a Flint Central puck off play is too ale 154 Yer out' Hillite third sacker Jerry Bailey puts the tag on an unidentified Saginaw High player in a close play at third base g?IilllDENTS GET IN THE SWIM' Svvummung lessons are a new attractuon tor H llutes thus y ar Classes composed of begun nung untermeduate and advanced svvummers are duvuded unto groups whuch swum every four days vvuth boys and gurls alternatung svvummung days Instructung the classes for boys us Mr Davud Gauney and for the gurls Muss Marulyn McBrude Sophornores and uunuors who are requured to take gym alternate each day wuth Art of Luvung The gurls gym classes are unstructed by Muss Margaret Doudge and Muss Marulyn McBrude vvhule the boys classes are unstructed by M Glen Mason Sophomore gurls demonstrate one of the requured skull tests un gurls gym Junuor boys relax wuth a fast game of basketball before goung through theur calusthenucs .l".'.'e.- . U '- l 1' ll 1. . 'I . Ill' .. l ,. 4 I SOUTH l INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS First row: J. Foss, M. Asman, S. Weiss, N. Williams, D, Beniamin, second row: B, France, J. Phillips, V. Johnson were The winners of the afferschool intramural volleyball Teams. The gurls snframural Teams play after school Tvvuce a week They engage ln volleyball baske? ball and baseball The gym classes have a play off between classes during and afTer school for Thenrfmal champion GYM CLASS VOLLEYBALL Cl-lAMPlONS The champs of the playoffs of fhe gurls gym class are fursf row B Greenberg M Greger Duselc J Rohloff F Larnua second row J Rnchter J Metwa G Staudacher T or oerg P Brown J Blasnus V Godlna .,. n 1 1 , . V 3- r- V B- ,A 1- f :. ,. l',, ,,N, ,, ,. ,. . DOES IT AGAIN Each advnsory Turnnshes a baskeTball Team Tor The Tn ramural games NorTh Teams and souTh Teams compeTe separately To deTermTne The besT Team from each half of The school The Tunal de cndung game us played off un The qym vvTTh each sTUdenT cheerung on The represenTaTuve Team from has half of The buuldung Thus year Mlss Franclss advnsory Rebels deTeaTed Mr VondeTTe s Yankees 'Y-9 C2 gj -L... N XJ 4 iv lNTRAMURAl. BASKETBALL CHAMPS The Wlnnung lnTramural boys baskeTball Team members are Trs row P Chenney J Drayes J Flndlay second row R Clark G Colby and S Drew These boys Non The champion shlp Tor Mlss Francls s advnsory and The souTl' half of The school FOR THIRD STRAIGHT YEAR NORTH VICTORS The vlcTors of The norTh half ol The school were The Roger Clark Tnes for Two, buf Bob Wells quells The Team of M, Vondefys advlsory FTrsT row I. TofT, D rebel charge Townes, second row J Wendlmg B Wells, Mr Von deTT, T Varner, R WTghT la , , ' 44 5 T 50 . , . . I T . 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Jugs Fuxtures Gears ll S 1 o o I F II lib' LJ 9 :Int -.ll 1 '1 i ' ' - 408-410 W, Genesee Ave., Saginaw - - I 404 W- Genen' Ave- . s I - 1 - - i , i w , I P"I" 9 - - ,, , , H , , I I - e . - I O L . n eh' 1 -,-.- .1.. .5.5 . . 5.5.,. -.-.-.-: ' :::: : -:v: -:-:1: : --:' -:-: -:-"':-:-.- 1: -.-.- V -:':: ': -'-:-:-:-:- 5 ':-.-:- : -:-,-.-:-:v 5 ,i.1:1:-:': 3:5:i:5I-23:1:5:iI?:5:3:3:3:1:i:f:7:1:5: THE J. W. IPPEL COMPANY Court 8. Michigan DRY GOODS Est. 1891 xXx1x1l1l1rf1l,f SAM YEARSLEY 4mnmn G I C .autumn enera ontractor Custom Homes E 1 3555 Church Phone PL 5-8732 J LER soo nsv ssnesu Geox-90's Dry Cleaners Qunliry Work - Prompf Service Mein Plum Ph. Pl. 4-D543 -- 509 Shemrck ld. FALER DRUGS 1806 Court Street WAGNER'S TOG SHOP 116 N. Michigan Ave. Congratulations, Graduates! N E W M A N ' S 320 East Genesee l C E Sportswear for Men COMPA Y uneralD1rector Ambulance Servlce .8885- PHONE PI. 3 5441 409 ADAMS STREET C Be Careful, A ways Pays w.. AS a 6 0 F O ' . 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Then there s the matter of .1 paycheck lt ll lm nlce to count on a steady lncome a salary thz1t's good from the start and keeps gettmg better w nth regular lncreases There s a Joh llke thus w altlng for 1 ou at the telephone company' You mlght want to he a telephone operator or a teller, a cashxer or a clerk those are just some of the manv lDl6l'6SllI1gJOlJS Nllfflllgdfl Bell has for hrlght young hlgh school graduates llke yourself And there s a chance to advance ln all of them lou dont need experxence to get a telephone yoh and vou ll earn a good salary ey en w hlle you re learning What next? 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Sq v gg 3505 STATE STREET Qzllnw, 19.6 CULVER DEISLER 424 Eost Genesee Avenue Rexcll Rupprecht s Market Hgh Q alty Foods May Bo WILL O WYN S Suu .d F om ou Abundm' Brsdal and Formal Apparel Supply 619 East Genesee Avenue 2618 STATE STREET Quality Shoes For The Entire Family 2212 SLE? .IOCHEN SHOES GENESEE AT WASHINGTON East GENESEE AVENUE WALTER E HUTFILZ 2850 Bay Road MUELLER BROTHERS Hsckey Freeman Customized Clotbex Hotel Bancroft Bulldmg ITTNFR FURNITURE Fun ITTNER CLASS or 14 416 418 Hancock Street TATE 2621 State Street Cross Typewrlter Servlce Tho as Coss Ma k J McGlIs 82 WEST GENESEE ST Sag naw M ch gan Sogmow s Popular Gnft Center Gufts for all Occosuons CHINA-GLASSWARE SILVERWARE LUGGAGE LEATHER GOODS SPORTING GOODS-SPORTSWEAR KODAKS MORLEY BROTHERS Gifts for Every Member of the Fomnly I I 5 N Woshungton Ave ff I , ...,, o I o O ' - n ' I i J I . - I - i u i , - Y I f xsytlrflf TRUCKING AND WELDING E PLE -- . - - ' LEMETQQ - y - m r - r . ii ' i , i a I TEAM Yea team TEAM Yea team TEAM Yea team fight' Ar -E PANIIIININ IIEXALL IIRIIGS Mnchegan at Court Served by fruendly Arthur Hull students Hvllutes always fund Pankonlns a friendly and favorite meeting place THE SEAL 0 C0 STATIONS 1418 STATE 1519 MACKINAW 1304 GRATIOT 2114 SO MICHIGAN 777 NORTH WASHINGTON MANNION BROS HARDWARE 4989 State Phone SW 2 4021 Open evenungs tml 9 Sundays 9 1 HARRIS Hart Schaffner Bc Marx Clothes Locker Planf BONDELI. S Store for Men 113 North Washington Avenue Supermarket' Hardware 4545 N Mvchlgan Phone PL 26541 SPATZ BAKERY "Just Luke Mom's" 1120 State Street Phone Pl 5 5551 ANDERSON ooNAl.o J BEACH, D D s. DRY GOODS 633 South Jefferson at Hoyt Saginaw, Michigan 2600 S7319 MARKEY-ELLIOTT House of Furmture Saginaw Hardware Co. zoo 210 so. Hamilton "since 1863" Service-Qualify-Value for 93 Years 'EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME' 5777 STATE STREET HOUSEWARES SPORTING GOODS HARDWARE APPLIANCES PAINTS TOOLS TERMS OPEN EVENINGS ---I I---I I---I I , A U . I I, ,Nh ., . . .3.5.3.:.:.f.g,q4 .f .- --:.c-1-:c-:-:-:-:-:-C-':-:-: 'fe'-'sf :-:-" . I . . ' , . L . " L . I . . ' I ' ' . . Chop 'em down, clhop 'em down, chop 'em down, Yea Lumbcriacks, Timber! Saginaufs Three Great Thrift Centers HOME DAIRY COMPANY 403 E. Genesee Avenue PARK AND SHOP SUPER MARKETS 300 310 Saginaw Oil Company JANES AVENUE Near Genesee Street Brudge on Nnagara 315 S Mcchagan 1117. I-All! TEXACO PRODUCTS SHEA S ROSA 5 FOOD MARKET Flower: For Every Occanon' The best In eauupment for RTNER 5 FLOWER SHOP PARTY SUPPLIES and GnocEIIIEs GAF All SPORTS 3505 Mackmaw 524 E Genesee Phone PL 5 4677 1958 Brockway AUTO PARTS CAIIBURETOII af IGNITION HDQTIIS GATELY S RUSSELL ELECTRIC 120130 South Franklm 1915 N Mxchxgan at Genesee WM A LANGE G SON 7 08 South Hamxlton AIR CONDITIONING HEATING COOLING SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR on the west slde since I888 'E mm? ,Jr 5 ' 1 -1 1 11 -I Z Z :-:E-:Fi -7-,2,,1 'YOUR FAMILY KNOWS US AND WE WANT TO MEET YOU msunsn sAvINGs and Ioan Home rmmcmc S u 9 I n u w S u V I n g S assocncmon Michigan ai Cass I I " ' ' . I . I I . Q I O O QE -i I T I.. Q- A- ,xx 'MII ,III 4 E'- - I I ,LII I I I II ..-.I 'Ill I I I I I .. , I I I IJ I I II fe x Q -ri I, Q I , . ,,, ,.Y. 1- 'I I II . . 1 1 1 , . , - 1 . Lets go, Lets go! 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'f '26 - z -'ff ' ':'4ffrsowMiE21:2:f:fZZiiiisii5iiMfZ?f5f.Q 708 Second Notnonol Bonk Bldg Phone Pl 5 8105 sRAoY, scmnmsn a coMPANY HERVEY C- Milli'-lf 0-0-5- INSURANCE 427 North Michigan Avenue Phone PL 5-0488 SMITH HARDWARE SPORTING GOODS 600 Gratiot Avenue Phone Pl 4-6593 MINETTE SHOP Weddmg Gowns Formal: 109 East Genesee Avenue Phone PL 3 8211 SAGINAW ICE AND COAL SPEEDWAY FUEL OIL Kundmger Hardware 2614 sure smear Phone Pl 2 2505 Dustnbufors of ?c6 Wee Dame 7a Where All Good Frlends Meef State at Court FOUNTAIN SHORT ORDERS DINNERS Curb and Dmmg Room Servxce A-1 QQXQ -Am-in 797010011 en Sam Seal llalrles 1743 East Genesee Avenue Sam Seal milk fakes the number one spot rn beverage of Arthur Hrll To prove ns populamy rs this scene of a place semng taken before the Senror Dinner last June E- . A EY? EJ : ' ng ,ZQ ' . 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Janos a I ia 633.509 Phone Sw 2'l53' 'P 'Q , ff A E A 1 I " 'ue . on uf" A I want ' nferinllw K Hey Hey take If away get that ball and fught 'R bf fs wavy :aww WM ,Nm W 'QQQEWWHM HS QW' sfconn Nmlonm BANK aIfRFlITffIEII6A SAGINAW MICHIGAN Slx 0IIlces ln Saginaw WITH COMPLETE PARKING FACILITIES we vs FSII Wm STATE STREET OFFICE 3446 STATE STREET CH GA STATE O l u 5 si, 0955: '!!1lN '11 11 I O igL5LEb?!: QP EAST GENESEE AND ASHINGTON AVENUES 1:5 I MAIN omce ' EI I x WEST SIDE OFFICE COURT AT NORTH HAMILTON STREET 1.3 nu LN ll. l-l i IL IEHI S3 AUTO BANK ,oo 600 SOUTH WASHINGTON AVENUE X WHAT soun-I sms ornce I JQEII Ia MI' 53 SOUTH WASHINGTON AVENUE AT CENTER STREET FAIRG THIS IS OUR ROUNDS OFFICE 2815 EAST GENESEE AVENUE EIGHTY-SIXTH 'FIR MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION SAGINAW I I I ' 1 u l n n X 'rx E I O ,wax 1, ,,- 1.- A9995 3 l" I:-Tffl F -. 9:-4, nun NH WNWLN l L1 1-IJLLL, In L- I I 2 Q6 ', I 'If-if-ARL i1'.:.t.-,ea-- 60? I H ,S I Z g U III! 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EDWARD MEYER AND SON Thus as the friendly and effncuent siaff that ward Meyer and Son Standing :n the rnud die of the plciure us Mr Meyer Insurer and Realtor 420 Hancock Street Phone P13-44-86 serves you when you do business with Ed- Hlllltes-We can do It-Go Hallvtes--W ' ' e can do it-Go Hillites-We can do it D0 YOUR BANKING AT MICHIGAN NATIONAL BANK Banking that as Busldmg Mlchsgan Barry Strlcker and Kathy Muchaels are deposit ang money at Mlchugan National Bank thus taking advantage of the 32, nnterest rate MEMBER Open tml 4 30 every weekday Federal Deposit lnsurance Corporatron Including Saturday MacMlLLAN DRUGS Greelmg Cards BROCKWAY Pl1O+O Sl-'PPl'e5 Roller Rmk Hancock at Michigan HUB APPLIANCE STORES of SAGINAW aq na s Only Authoruzed K naston Dealer PARKIN OF SAGINAW Custom Cobme, Wo,,k by DRUG AND sunGucAL stone Master Craftsmen l408 Wheeler Street C'-ARK 5 BIERLEIN onues Prescnptlons Our Specualty Jewelry-Ceromncs I30I Court Street Prescr ptnon Experts Pl 5-0471 Pl 14665 SIB Wu! Gannon HEAVENRICH S 78 Years of Servmgs the Graduates of Sagunaw Schools GENESEE at FRANKLIN Oh I love ntl exclalms Judy Lune of thus fme sweater from Heavenruch s A saleslady helped her select It I, . n n 1 l l II I ' . l . . I 5 l W' " ' I .. 223 N.H 'I+ Ph PL 3-8426 Phone PL 7-783l am' on one i ' ' I I f x 4 7 6 You gotta go Team you gotta go go go you gotta fughf Team you gofia frght fught fight V I C T 0 R M E Y E R Vmcfor Meyer talks over 1I'1e urnporfance of navxng all types of Insurance wufh Mel Muehlen beck and bus son John Meyer INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE 160 NORTH HAMILTON ST. PHONE PL 3-5401 Q - I - - I ..... . I -A 2- .1 1 ,.. ...L M. M, .,W,, ri -ev I , E 1 l 'xl ' I You gotta wan team you gotta wm wnn-wTn,You gotta go team, frght team wrn-wm-WIN WEEE' ' -:- . "Saginaw's Friendliesf Store" ' Storeside Customer Parking SEARS, ROEBUCK AND C0. Federal ot Genesee Phone PL 3-8411 BORLAND c COMPANY ABSTRA T RADID CENTER ABSTRACTS OF TITLE SEARCHES E CINIEI I IV!! I ND 413 COURT STREET PL 3 6446 SAQNAW M'CH'GAN COURT STREET DENGLER S PHARMACY FRIMBERGER HARDWARE IOOI Gratiot Ave SHEET METAL CO IZO6 Court Street Sagmaw Mlchlgan 28OI N Mtchxgan Sagmaw Muctngan Phone PL 2 l620 Sagmaw Muctugan THE ANACKER SHOP BYRON a. GERGER , Mode Arcade JACK MOHRHARDT Y Books Cards Used Cars Gratnot and Elm St Gm Wrappmgs 22l W Genesee Phone PL 2 0233 Sagmaw Phone PL 5 5375 .args-u 3 3- 5,8 'lt Furniture Company 200 204 NORTH WASHINGTON AVENUE Ik butbegco fotabll MkeSco ne o e At Samples IM Tir o-v T' nie-T: :Terra A Tu' I , , . I - . ' . . H af.. gin ---., ., g ' .. 'v' m-. V.. El , Q L' ii' ff' t1"R'Rat'TT it A ART SAMPLE , E123-.-H ' -4' J f 'TMR Q. 'age L . -, '..,, A y- g -- ju, Milf, 'L Ta a o in m r e i h ch sure is enioying o f the fin pieces of furniture from r ' . Who are you? Arthur Hull' Who? Arthur Hull' Who? Arthur Hull Arthur Hull Arthur em RIIESER FLIIWER IIIIP I ope shell luke It thrnks Tom Hales whale arold Brogan wrutes up the sales slnp t Roesers Flower Shop there s no trcnler home 'Ike U Wm C Roney 81 C0 Member New York Stock Exchange 105 SECOND NATIONAL BANK BUILDING PW 5 B PL 5 3424 Phones PL 5 3425 The Chesanlng Argus The Newspaper Thats A Nelghbor 80th Year of continuous weekly publncatuon FOUR MODELS A FLOOR PLAN Publrshed Every Thursday FOR EVERY FAMILY Merchants of Sagunaw can reach the market of southwestern Sagmaw County completely Manufactured in Saginaw through Argus advertlsmg Tell your merchan dasnng story thoroughly and cheaply to rural by Saginaw County folks wuth an ad In The Argus lnformatron cheerfully furnished co' on crrculatron, drsplay and classified rates Chesamng, Mnchugan Phone 37 1212 Rust St. 16C11.l1121IlIl8 116 SOUTH JEFFERSON "It looks nxce, doesn't lt?" remark Nancy Hanafln and Marcua Rosenberg Thus blazer modeled by Lynn Clements IS lust an example of the flne clothlng at Wlechmann's . . . ' . . ' , ' , Hill -'-'-' ----- -'-t-'-' f . . rf h I - - I, . . , H ' ' a , I 0 O 0 s , ' I . I C O ' 1 What can you do'P Fnght' What? Fight' What? Fight! Flghfl F'9lWT amwwmmwaw N ff eff Mft' foww COMPLIMENTS OF CULLEN REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE 0 Residential Sales' 0 Commercial Sales 0 Appraisals Phone SW 2 l555 4870 State Street HAGERL S JEWELRY 112 S Mnchagan Tl-IE H R TERRYBERRY C0 Grand Rapids Michigan Ottucnal Class Ring ond Pun Dealer and Manufacturer for Arthur l-lull Hugh School Blue or pearl? wonders Jean Smith as she looks at the large varuety of class rings and pans at Hagerks A saleslady assrsts her as Kurtz Downer watches SEBALD S BAKERY 4880 State St l90l Court St Phone SW 2 563i Phone PL 2 6582 Dlamonds Watches Sllverware Hamilton Home Balrery Home Made Balcecl Goods ll8 N. Hamilton Phone PL 2 3586 DONALD JOHNSON lwlyad SALLE'S JEWELRY 413 East Genesee Phone Pl 2 3680 24 Hour Service NEUMANN S GARAGE 2400 Maple Street Carrollton, Much. Congrotulotnons, Graduates' VAllEY SWEETS CO. 312 S Hamxlton Evelyn Muller, an Arthur Hlll student, works at Seltner's on the Coop program She leaves at one o'clock to go to work . , ,. . . , , ,.,. .,.1., .f.-.W .- , .bf-4-.-.-.-,ff ,f ,f.:,- 1,-.-.-.-.mn . .,n- .-A-5:-:-2--:f-'-:-2-avr.1 -g-:-- f -- 1 - --.- ?' fy. ,f ' W' O, -.5 I , I ,f ,- . 4.9, ,2,4ygggzygg4y-524555:1:I5g.g:5gg:512:527:5,:,:,:f,-zgzgtgz.:-:-IM-.4-,g.g.:.:,,-,f,,g.g.pg.m.,, 3.3,M.:,g4.54,54.3.1.,4.5.g,g4.1,,Vx-1.95:.74.g.:.f.-.-,,-.c-,-,vu-.-.'.-,.-.-:-uf.-f.-.-.-:5:-cr.-.-1-z-:Az-:-.-ze-.4,.,,.-.f.-.-,'.-A....-sw..-,-:-.-..4.-.-.-.'.-.-1.-fa.-.-.-,.-.-.V4-- ---- . . . ' I . " I . 0 a O I ' 1 . I 1 - U I see fhaf baskef, see Thaf nm l CRT? ..,. fm R'fef'k2UfQ- . ....... 2 ..,..,....... , ,..... T ..Q... T ... ,.. ,.....x,...... 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