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

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4 5 I 3 i 1 , E5 is Q5 5 Q! fi fi ,ig is U 4 ,IW 4 A l Q Wi 4 ! V4 i 1 , A l fffffm Ljfm E ' dltors EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ,............,.... Kathy Janssens ADMINISTRATION Sandy McIntosh ADVERTISING ..,...,,.....,......., Louise Brockless ART ............,..,.,.... ATHLETICS .4.,.. CLASSES .,,...,.,. CLUBS ,...... HONORS ...,,.,...,.....,.. PHOTOGRAPHY 4... SENIORS .,.....,.........., SPECIAL EVENTS .. UNDERCLASSMEN ADVISER , ..,,. Barbara Mack David Braun Judy Turner Martha Asman Ann Louise Hannon Donna La Douce John Boysc Carol Stuart Pam MacRae Marcia Pfeuffer Sharon Posey Miss Ruth Murphy VIBRANT youth welcomes our entrance into the SCIENTIFIC AGE and concentrates on school with a new seriousness so that ENLIGHTENED he may advance to a better life. T HE 1958 LEGENDA CONTAINS Special Events that added color and fun and happy memories Administration which guided, encouraged and motivated . . . Classes which took -on added significance as the importance of education hecame more apparent . . . Honors awarded to encourage and reward achievement . . . Seniors with a sense of maturity and importance . . . 2 Underclass men 1 02 with increasing seriousness and concern for better understanding . . . Clubs 1 2 3 for social living, relaxation and further intensive learning in special fields . . . Athletics 1 50 emphasizing physical well being, sportsmanship and teamwork . . . and Advertising 1 7 0 showing the splendid relationship between the school and the business community. Index 1 9 5 Q5 5 2 Q 5: E ETS 5 E 2 2 1 Football captain, Tom Harvey, escorted Queen Marilyn to the morning assem- il 9 5 bly, where she was first crowned queen t of the 1957 Homecoming. Queen Marilyn's reign was highlighted with the presenta- tion of a gold football by jim Rae, president of the Student Council. Enthusiasm ran high as the queen and her court and their escorts led the Grand-March. They are: M, Whalin, P. McMullen, P. Boyd, B. Miller, J. Izzo, 1. Bommarito, M. Hart, R. Spence, J. Humphrey, T. Grigg, S, Cornish, and R. Wight. 7 Homecoming Homecoming means different things at differ- ent ages. To those of us still in high school, it is a time of excitement and preparation. First comes the all-school nominations, then the inter- view assembly, the election, the Homecoming assembly, game, and dance. To the people who have just graduated, it is an opportunity to get together with their high school friends. For the old alumni it is a treasured memory from their high school days, and at this game they can regain the old school spirit for one more mem- orable night. s 5 ws A c royalty were these eleven girls. FRONT ROW: janet Inman, Margaret Whalin, Sandy Cornish, Queen Marilyn Hart, Pat Boyd, Nancy Needham, and Sharon Posey SECOND ROW: Mary Lu Townley, Jeannie Izzo, Jacquie Humphrey, and Nancy Beyer. Alumni Renew School Spirit Chosen by the student body to be our Homecoming 4535? 'ff vw,-as A as J. Grunow, Y. Ely, C. Lutzke, C. S011- ner, H. Manning, and M. Walker dramatize Icky Gouie's life in the Girls' S.O. Assembly. "Variety is the spice of life" and the essence of the assemblies at Arthur Hill this year. Start- ing the schedule off with a bang was the Girls' S.O. Assembly, unequalled in talent in the follow- ing assemblies. The Homecoming and Christmas assemblies provided plenty of color and the dance band and drill team from Michigan Tech were a pleasant divergence from the usual. And then there were the pep assemblies. Remember the one before the Saginaw High basketball game when we made more noise than the school had heard in years? Yes, they were fun and now - - "You're excused to your third hour classes . . . The members of this year's dance band are: Back row, C. Chappell, B. Rupprecht, G. Fraser, T. Vitek, and B. Wallace. Front row, B. McKay, T. Lepley, T. Lentner, J. Stormont, J. Sorsenson, D. Markin, and B. Solterman. A relaxing mood was created by tne senior girls' quartet, Nancy Kerns, Mary Johnston, Jacquie Humphrey, and Janet Gage, as they sang "Dream" and "Lullabye of Birdland". E , Guy Moretti, Pam MacRae, Alice Vogel, and Tony Scutt D- Bfafll, D- Belljalllill. K. G2161'I!1C1', J- Ad2iil', B- Black, tang Over all the goocl times theyqye had during their and M. Christmas inspect the treasures washed in hy junior year, Olll' "Ebb TlClC". O la ss Partle s l "7'f"of' 'f ' W, A fam..--"f-,.., 1 """i"f"-Q-+ 1- xx lb X ..,, M Um A me sh If N N V it mwkli x K I NN ' V1 yu x W -wi 'Es ir cg Seniors dance away all thoughts of books, exams. and study hall teachers at the Senior Prom. 14 M 1 1 Iack Kischnick, Dave Braun, Gale Redinho, and Rod C'lllS1C cwnnot undersmnd why Cart kVashburn, as the champ, has not died from a bullet wound 111 his he'1rt Heaven Can Walt "I want my own body-nobody e1se's," wailed Joe Pendleton on discovering he had been taken to heaven sixty years too soon and that his own body had been cremated. His search for another body provided many hilarious moments in the first semester play as Joe occupied the bodies of a financier first and then of a prizefighter named K. O. Murdock. 1 it bi 3 At an informal rehearsal Bradley Zittel, Charmaine Stand- er, John Schneider, Bill Howson, Garron Weiker, and Diane Vetengle make sure of their cues before running through the scene. welfth ight VVith rehearsal for "Twelfth Night" in full swing, Janice Rock, Denny Stewart, jim Tellt, and Brooks Soltcrman go through their lines over and over and over. Malvolio thinks his mistress Olivia is in love with him but in reality Olivia loves Viola fa girl masqueraded as a pagej who loves Duke Orsino who loves Olivia . . . Mixed up? Let's try again. The play is about identical twins, mistaken identity and three cases of love at first sight. Mr. Harris directed Twelfth Night as the second semester play which provided laughs a plenty. Behind the scenes the student performers make last changes and nervously await their turns. ..Man, Ahfm just Hyin' low!" says Ernie Dewell. U23 skidoo to you, too!" These flappers who are trying to bring back the Charleston are: S. Cornish, V. Anderson, P. Bailey, j. Phillips, M. Hart, C. Gagnon, E. Kazuk, J. Mfaspby, M. lVha1in, J. lVanbaugh, McLeod, and S. Fryer. The polka band members, 15. XVallace, T. Mitchell, lillars, C. Vacik, L. Vacik, J. Sorenson, and J. Salwasser whoop up 21 fast one. Steve Allen would have found worthy competition for his variety show in our 1957 Band Bounce. We had three dance lines, pantomime acts, singing groups and solos, our own dance band, the school marching band and combined choirs. This Band Bounce, un- der the direction of Mr. Stanley Schubert, Mr. Ralph Grueber, Mr. Kenneth Matthews, Miss Marilyn McBride, and Miss Rachel McMillan, was one neith- er the student performers nor the enraptured audience will forget very soon. Varlet Show RIVHIS Steve Allen The majorettes show their formula for world compatibility: fun and understanding. From Hawaii is K johnson from jamaica N Beyer, from Russia, J. Dollhoffg from the United States of America S Kramer from France, S. Otto, and from Scotland, These are the defeated, but happy, girls: Sue Beatty, Nancy Needham, Miss Struthers, teacher sponsor, jan Ellars, Mary Lu Townley, and Cathy McFarland. These warnings and pleadings were the results of the propaganda committees efforts to hrainwash us. S ff SEE ryri 55,5352 -at ,K sg ef'-153 ' Aw c'mon, fellas, puhleeze buy an S.0.! 5,5-it:.l'3f2W 7.r,.tQT'ne h Carla wo' 0365 Lum? Graff? i if .wg ff ,nigga r Q SQQQYF srzcrfftetstrfeif W p .N lifz' HN 4 A The victorious boys' committee of 19.11 was comprised of Jim Rae, general chairinan Roger lVeir. Hank Collier, Ted Hummel, Iclo Gouic Lannie Bauer. Guy Moretti, and Bill XX ells Girls Lost!! This year the Student Council again decided to pit the boys against the girls in the annual Student Organization campaign. In the past the girls have almost traditionally won, and the boys have gotten the S.O. Assembly practically down to an art. They chose "Icky Gouie" as their main theme, which turned out to be a boy who didn't buy an 8.0. and was decapitated and hanged upside down in the main hall for his crime one morning. The girls chose to take their followers on a trip "Around the l'Vorld for 36.50" l'Vell, it's all over this year, but perhaps next year it will be another story . . . we'll put our money on the girls! Pandemonium breaks loose as the exciting campaign nears its end wwe. 'lm-Q... mm . x1,,H N9 3 sa wr 3 in ,, ,M Q f f My-wyww.. ,u-wawfm uwwnmw-awww W 7 ,, 1' 'E ffidxfwm .gwmp W.:-pwmmi- A , Q 3, -' gp M WMV, M 540 ,X 5' ",:f,,, M fu, , . .My Mow P W ,MK 6 ml WW WW, I in M-mmm """MM,,,wA w-m..1.,, ,Mnwn we wwww fm-avwf ,mf 'ff ,, a M NIV M, in , www mv MM WM MYR W ,7 wa La, fgqw In Www Q9 .5W,N,A,,,-F.,,yA mf ' ,, Hwfwasf W fl' ,,, . , , A :nag ' W 'dm Bi WA :age ,V , 1 iw Z .K if 12, 'ig W 7 fx if M h ww , 21 29' M , 'A W Y' I , ' ' aw , ,. W U A h , 9 1 mmgd, -we A W ff if X M if .A I, W . .gmw - M I Q ' K 7 9 'H H 1 , ,,,,., -Ij'f4?2g11fgm 7 Q5 5 ., 'X .,,, ff! ff E .Q iv , 5 ff ,W MV .F 5 . X 5 K L53 .,, -P j' g- 5' Q W 1 ., X ??35 Q, if 2. W . , ff 2 H Q3 f ' ,, A 5 'ff' 1 '-" 2 ' . ? . iz 'A , "" "" I " - -: "Iii ' , .. , 1,,5. ,J fm 4 S CIll0I'S Part of Colorful Aotlvltle Dr. Carl Fischer was chosen by the seniors to speak at Baccalaureate. He counseled them on the wise use of their futures. Boys from the S.O. Assembly, the seniors of the a cappella choir, and the Homecoming Queen and her court sing of their special memories of Arthur Hill. Imitation rose arbors and trees and false ceiling provided the setting for a senior prom we'll never forget. S E 5 f 5 5 s F E L. 5 n Q i E 5 is s Saginaw has an able, hardworking personable . new superintendent of schools. Mr. Charles C. Coulter was appointed by the board of educa- 1 tion on May 3, 1957. First hand knowledge of I the problems facing the Saginaw schools was gained by Mr. Coulter during his twenty-eight I years in the Saginaw school system. In 1929 he Hrst came to Saginaw as head of the science V, department at Saginaw High School. In 1940 he . was promoted to assistant principal. Six years ago he became assistant superintendent. When 5 Mr. Miller resigned he was named acting super- intendent until the time of his appointment as f v superintendent. , The tremendous success of Business-Educa- tion Day is credited to Mr. Coulter's leadership Y and initiative. In the new age of science his 1 experience in science makes him especially li appreciative and sensitive to the need for added emphasis on education in that field. In his cap- able hands it is anticipated that the school system of Saginaw will continue to progress. MR. CHARLES C. COULTER, B.S., BLS. SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS harles C. Coulter Chosen Elected by the citizens of Saginaw the Board of Education meets on the second Tuesday of each month at the Board of Education Building. Members are: lirst row, Mr, Heil Rockwell, treasurer: Mr. Charles C. Coulter, superintendentg Mr. Robert Grant, jr., prcsidentg Mrs. J. Robert Grube, vice-president, second row, Mr. Eugene Stansbury, secretaryg Mr. Edward MacRaeg Mr. Walter Leeschg and Dr. Raymond Hart. 5 E 5 li fl i l fl 2 xi 3? 53 MR. I. M. BROCK, B.S., M.A. Principal MR. RAYMOND MORROW, B.A., M.A. Assistant Principal MISS ETHEL PETERSON, B.A., M.A. Dean uperintendent of Schools Representing the various departments of the School the Siehr, Miss Olmstead, Mr. Brock, Mr. Pieritz, Mrs. Jerome Faculty Cabinet meets to discuss all school Plans, avvards, Miss Jensen, Mrs. Gunther, and Miss Yates. Standing and honors. Sitting: Mrs. Stewart, lxligg Peterson, Airs' Mr. Purdy, Mr. Giesicke, Mr. Morrow, and Mr. Schalk. if Lita. " 1'd'f,'7' . , V A., . it K: ., .. ,... ,f . if A f Fmzsff as -' A 1 Q 5 . n g, if I if M f 1 s , is X5 , t 'I , .,, ,,.,.,,,g. . vi H X it .,.. W Qs SX? sd .Q 's 7,39 3 V.,.. ., Q ,. 1 I, 3 51.01515 BACON Bioiogy, B.S., M.A. LOIS BARNARD, R.N. School Nurse f we s r , . R hafi. is-46 Q5 i 1 . 7, :K Q V, f Externs Practlce julia Evans and Bruce Lord check their homework while Mr. Spencer explains quad- ratic equations and complet- ing the square to Gail Ham- mel. Mr. Spencer comes to us an an extern from Mich- igan State University. NANCY BAXTER Art of Living, English, B,A. HELEN BEESON English, B.A., M.A. HELEN BEYER English, Homemaking, B.S. ge 1, KEITH BIRDSALL Public Speaking, English, B.A. FLORENCE-ALICE BLACK English, B.A., M.A. EARL BURNETT Art of Living, M.M. FREDRICK CASE Natural Science, Biology, B,S, Qi W' f Q " 6 it 19 2' ,i i 1 ji gg E it ,N A 1? its W Q i . dsx 4- 4 5 , 2 .rdf ,ailgf .' .. 3,3-1. ,. 1 1 i t hi 1 ., i if . i mi' , ..,.,, .,,, . . fs? I .. .it . W T A554 U MARIE CRITTENDEN Business Education, School Treasurer, B.A. MATTIE CRU MP journalism, English, B.A. JOHN DAY Social Studies, B.A. GEORGE DeMERS Mathematics, M.A. ALBERT DERSCH Chemistry, Science Dept. Head, M.S. MARY DOIDGE Physical Education CHARLES FOWLER Social Studies, Coaching, M.S. BERNICE FRANCIS Social Studies, B.S., M.A. CATHERINE FURBEE Speech Coordinator B,S., M.Ed. DAVID GAINEY Physical Education, Coaching, B.A, AMY GATZ Mathematics, English, B.A., M.A. HAROLD GIESECKE Mathematics Dept. Head Counseling, M.S. Teaching Method RAYMOND HARTMAN Retailing Coordinator, B.S.. M.A NELSON HARVEY Social Studies B.A., M.A. IRMA HARVIE English Dept. Head. B.A.. M.A. VERNE HAWES Geography, Coaching, B.S. OLIVER HERZLER Social Studies, B.A. BS.. M.A. N OR MA HILE Homcmaking, B.S. JAMES HOOPER Physics, Biology B.S. MARJORY JACCI BSON Mathematics, French, B.A. EDWIN JAHNS Driver Training, B.S EDITH JENSEN B10l0gY, B.A. RACHEL JEROME English, Latin, B.A. RU-RT KAMPE Social Studies, Coaching, M.A. JOHN KLEEKAMP gigsiness Education MARY LEWIS Art of Living B.A. HARVE LIGHT Psychology, Social Studies, M.A. RUTH LONG Librarian, M.A. HAZEL GUNTHER Business Education, Dept. Head, B.S. FRANCES HAMLIN English, B.A., M.A. ARTHUR HARRIS English, B.A. EMERSON GROSSMAN Industrial Arts, Coaching, M.A. RALPH GRUEBER Public Speaking, Debate, B.A. is 4 S Y 5 , ,,,,,,,, my if ' I I " ' an I Qila iii , " 4 I ::,' fwgsagggqgj :egg f jfnqgffg , L I W' -"': ,. iv ...,.. 1 " f , , . l 1 Q ,' , :g:'f:ff ? ?fF7 A t A , Vi "" 2 -' , Q gi I FS. fs," h V- -. D ' .,,, M :M yn A . ,... ., - --V - A ., A . L9 I s f igwgafseiisw s 'az' 5 ' ' f F??ies,Q?ssfifiSF, ,. 'iS2' -4? I ' A J " ' ., V V ,':'f": P-if 4 H " 9 ., ,. J ..,, ., N., 1 . QM V. , f S'-ff 'f ,' 'f-I , Q ity, .,,: , , .,, ,wk J 2 ' is 'm K ,Q f Q-as . .. . , ,fl Agia in A"A!L Q' A QE? .Riffs is Y S ..,., 5, Q g s , V M it t . 1 'I 74 -ik A Zvi Wag 55253: 945. 2 4 get Pi is 'Q V.. . , , .X , - hug S A M :sw 5 - Ls- 2 it 3? J 3' it if -H541 -1... i- .. ---- ssc i , if if W, :fa -:v - Q 5 is , 5:55 l S Mk v , HOWARD LYTLE Agriculture, B.S. JOY MANN English, B.A. :-alqlbii' .QI 222' I M.: W QQNNSE-I M ,,-.- as ... - - C 2, ' sz. .- ,,:'1gff . -pg, . . 1 f ju.: . k i ::,.g- f , :..4.: if nr fr sg rc: ' W if ,351 Y ' fri' M kg? sis? 1 1' it 9 rigging N ri 5 ' QQ Y if E ,fn,,w,- QV ,fgszq Nigga s if A -,,,:..5... .- wal- -. ' - 3 2: 5 ?i - CS' ' ce . .Q ,I :WA 1 E1 ig 3 Q Y A fc if , ,, ,J 35 Q J, gig? i, QE "' six 'K gk ..,. .1 ...,:. . .1 ,a g : i if assi. :Wi-X' figiiifii. -. . .... I .K X: "Extras" K KENNETH MATTHEWS Instrumental Music Dept. Head, B.A., M.M. JOHN MCCARGER Social Studies Coaching, B.S. RACHEL McMILLAN English. Vnrnl Music, M.A. 553155225451 gzg i 3:31-5: .sf 2 it in J ,X 3 'K 7 . S . r rw M il 1. a ai.,,w.,:gsAM - 94? .51 ' wil 5.252 i5:g,ff:i1W5'Q an .: my 4w,:,,,ta' .. . , . , 2.4 ' ,1f'4.23igE'.E' K . . 3 . My 'Wax J. Pig EARL MITCHELL Crafts, Art, Mechanical Drawing, M.A. CORA MORGAN Spanish, B.A., M.A. RUTH MURPHY English, Legenda B.S., KLA. SEYMOUR MURPHY Art of Living Coaching, B.S,, M.S. .IUNE O'DELL English, Spanish, M.A. HELEN OLMSTED English, Counselor B,A., M.A. RUTH PATOW Latin, B.S., M.A. EDWARD PETZKO World History, Coaching, B.Ed, A. A. PIERITZ Drafting Dept. Head B.S, KENNETH POULSON Physics, B.S. GEORGE PURDY Mathematics, Coaching, B.A. ELIZABETH REDSTON L Business Education B.S. UNA ROBERTSON Mathematics, M.A. BARBARA ROCKWOOD Swimming, B.S. IOHN ROUNDHOUSL German, EngliSh B.A., BLA. CAROLI N E RUSSELL Mathematics, B.A. Faculty Busy IVIQGH SHACKELFORD Social Studies, BUS- M5511 Ath. BS., M.A. VIRGINIA SIEHR Art Dept. Head B.A., M.A. C. D. STEWART Social Studies, B.A. MARY STEWART Social Studies, B.A. ISABEL STRUTHERS English, Art of Living, Government B.S., M.S. JOHN TRAVER English, B.A., M.A. GERTRUDE TURNER Latin Dept. Head B.. . .A. CONSTANCE VAN DERSTEIN Miss Rockwood greets her eager guests at open house. LUCILE SCHREGARDUS Mathematics, B,A, STANLEY SCHUBERT 1'1ngllSl1, Dramatics B.A., M.A. ERIC SENN Business Education Social Studies, M.A. r - I i . ' 2? 6' Q-3 '5 s .+ . 1. . 'E 1 ' I ss. ... , w. ,gtfrqs W 1 A 1 8. . if ' Lx, M .Y 'Q . 1 A "". Art of Living, B.A. XVILLIAM VONDETTE Social Studies, Coaching, B.A. NELL XVAGNER English, B.A. WILLIAM WARREN Physics, Chemistry B.S. CHRISTINE WEBB English, B.A. B. G. WELLS Business Education B.A. BRYANT WILSON Social Studies B.A.. M.A. BEVERLEY YATES English, B.A. LORNA ZIEGLER Homemaking Coordinator, B.S. I A f1??5"522,g5f' is 1' x 'K a .. L , 'A' S, ,Q s 4 4 4:35, if jf! Gu . ve. , 4. 3 . e.i, i i Q , sf! :X ha' 4J W I 1 . if 45 Q 5 Gi . l EDWIN SHALK Social Studies, M.A. . ...H ' . 6. ks s. "'E 5 ,HL .an gk J' 'tid' Q 'P sw 14 ,A .. i.sfgf,5,h, as 'V ss I 1 ,,.., . . . A Q 6' N R 1, sam .. L z A . . ta? 4 iss, W Q , AT, Sf' ' ' fsi 53:5 5. ' ' ,, 5 25,312 --1-.... .-..,. : ' ,- fx fi X in 't gm ,SWR .nf fi w " , . M3 1 54.4. - X , A wer.: 1.:ff V 7- f. .Y ., -5.1.1 2 4 ft s . .Q I. 'Q QP XF Si f X 3 I X. ,V I 'Y sr as '11 'iv , I f ff wise QM' ,Y A' . I '32-W 4 5 we W I :J sg ,NN ,, V, . ., ... . . by -- - T 4 mf ag' 'S' 'I sv Z 3.1 I . 2- T is Y 'f -'-', 53. . . AV1: 1 x 3 s 5 1 .... .1 . . .Q f 'Sf' , E 4 wp-A41 E X M 'f f 3,1 if I af The officers of the l'.'l'.A. are, standing: Mr. Cornish Treasurerg Mrs. Brennan, Mother Vice-Presiclentg Mr. Brockg Mr. Chamberlin, Vice-Presidenlg Mr. Karls, Pres ident, and, sitting: Mrs. Stewart, Teacher Vice-President Miss Petersong Mrs. Cornish, Treasurerg Mrs. Gustin Historiang and Mrs. Neiclerstadt, Recording Secretary. , P.T.A. Plays Important Role Playing an important role in affairs at Arthur Hill is a large and active P.T.A. The ollicers work through an organization made up of a parent representative for each ad- visory plus a student representative. A suc- cessful membership drive, open house, a card party, which is the only money making activ- ity, ancl the NfVinter Picnic are typical activ- ities of the group. Mrs. Stewart, teacher vice president, and Karen ' ' h ' t r icnic immensel '. . . . . . Everyone seems to be enjoying t e annual win e p 5 Krause greet vlsltors on vlsmng day' l 1 1 .,.,, .,, "W: 3.2,g H w,5f':',waesr':v:fr:f .. 5553? .. 52? ' ...- ' ' V ...,, . l -fr 1 EJORIS FRYE MARILYN SMITH LONIA KRAMER ARLYBE BEFKER ecremrl' Secretary Secretary Secretary They File, F66 9 and ix The cafeteria staff is responsible for the friendly atmosphere and good food found in the Arthur Hill cafeteria. They are: Esther Golden, Norine Schluckbier, Manager, Dorothy Meyers, Nora Baxter, Bertha Johnson, Arlene Barnard, Matilda Schmidt, Ella Schreyer, Elizabeth Alexander, and Lydia Berg. Working hard everyday to keep our building neat and clean are: Mr. Stephen Gast, Mr. Clarence Wagner, Mr. Claude Burgess, and Mr. Emil Weiss, head custodian. Missing from the picture are: Mr. Ted Korting, Mr. Earl l'Vinters, Mr. Ellsworth Fent, and Mr. Bert Brackley. Shoveling snow may not he Alex Waier's and Ernest Fischer's favorite pastime but it's part of their never ending job of keeping our school grounds neat. MARILYN G. HART JOHN WOLF J VICE-PRESIDENT l SECRE"l ARY JANET IN MAN TREASURER. Advisory presidents for both semesters are: FRONT ROW: S. Beatty, J. Comstock, P. Persons, E. Clayton, J. Pate, C McFarland, J. Rae, M. Hart, J. Wolf, Mr. I. M. Brock J. Ellars, P. Loeblein, N. Needham, S. White, S. Whitney J. Hegenauer, S. McComb, M. Hall. SECOND ROW: J Schneider, N. Rosales, W. Rumbles, K. McNicoll, B Thompson, M. Phelps, J. Klemm, J. Helpap, H. Collier J. Wells, J. Williams, H. Hinds, J. Case, C. Powers, J Davis, R. Wight, G. Moretti. THIRD ROW: B. Hyslop B. Bullington, J. Mason, T. Cousineau, D. Sting, R Wallace, J. Hale, T. Dawson, T. Rummel, L. Leddy, B Ahrens, D. Carpenter, B. Whitten, R. Hart, J. Cherry M. Hendrick, J. Stingel. FOURTH ROW: B. Dukarski, P Osterbeck, T. Evans, J. Wynes, J. Bublitz, B. Riepe B. Lang, D. Stewart, T. Doersam, J. Little, J. Day, B Kollelth, B. Solterman, G. Sollner, B. Grant, S. Young, M. Laflair, R. Zietz. J y 4 Speeches k l 3 3 2 S Bands, campaign speeches, posters, and vari- ous campaign buttons filled our halls last spring, as Hillites held their first all school elections. They were handled like the national elections, with campaign managers, barnstorming, and real voting machines. The excitement ran high all week and had reached a frenzied pitch by the time the political assembly rolled around. At this assembly both candidates and managers made speeches. Then, fired by enthusiasm, Hillites voted during their study periods. VVhen the smoke had cleared away Jim Rae was elected president of Arthur Hill. John Wolf was elected vice president and Mari- lyn Hart and Janet Inman were secretary and treasurer, respectively. JAMES RAE PRESIDENT iampaigns Feature AHHS Election 59 is if E EE az E E I by S W? Wqia.N,:-2Q4wVwfx:n.-faqiwk L2 ,gg wma., r 'EE 2 '-:x v ..f1Qf-- ,www ' A ""'f V ,M a t i LMQQWWN 'Q A A in M -Wav I any Wen? 4 wg is aw .Newm- , V 1,25 if K Kyiv 'sw E 3 ! 2 5 l E w . I 1 The library assistants are: FRONT Judy Siddons, a Junior, seems truly delighted about something Mr. Round- ROW: Audrey Corwin, Mary Margaret house just told her. Perhaps it was rm on her theme? Oconner, Margaret Gonzales! Della Akehurst, Gail X'Vilson, Rebecca Munoz, Brigitte Gausa, Gayla Ramey, and Joyce Parker. SECOND ROW: Ruth These sophomores, in Mr. 'l'raver's English class are enduring the Hrsl of runny Spelling rests they'll take in high school. Wolfgang, Delores VanBuren, julie Vasey, Janice Campeau, Beverly Robart, Judy Fritz, Carolyn Spicer, Pat Heffel, Mary Lou Milbrandt, Judy Schultz, Lucille Kain, june Yeager, Leah Vorce, and Barbara Kelley. Emphas' attends classes by means of the Executone wonderful device which enables her to parti pate in class discussions from her room at ho She can review class proceedings by playi Audrey johnson, a new senior at Arthur Hi y .1 n back "the tape" later. Too much emphasis can not be placed on the importance of a knowledge of English liter- ature and grammar. College students report that their most valued subject is English and all tell of its importance in college work. Whatever life work one chooses - law, teaching, science or engineering - English is essential. The diagnostic tests, grammar exercises, book reports, and the weekly themes all lead to the desired goal of greater proficiency in the use of the English language. is on English justified Suddenly that difficult passage in Spanish makes sense to Rod Causie, Fran Gilcrest and Bonnie Adams when Miss O'Del1 interprets. "Vile should study a foreign language until we can really speak it fluently" is a commonly expressed opinion among high school students these days. Vfith national boundaries constantly shrinking and relations straining to the breaking point, it is more important than ever for this country to take the lead in promoting interna- tional understanding and good will. Aware of this and of the undeniable aid which the knowl- edge of a second language can be in furthering these interests, many Hillites are "bearing down" in the various language classes offered at Arthur Hill. They may take two years of German, three of French and Spanish and four of Latin. Languages Promote Understanding Roy Knoerr, Dave Peitsch, Carol Miller, Sharon Behm and Pat Heilel translate German. What does it say? 'At seven o'clock I get up," natch. 3511 A T 'wa' X if xxj g 11? 'Ev I if 1 z 3 Q '- ' , ,. .v., , f 2 jfw CL0M,fv1,G,1A, 5 i f ij KG MX fu, U ' A MAJXWJE Studying the circulation system of the frog are Marilyn Lentner, Ken Kuelske, and Karen Kraft. Karen is pointing out the dorsal aorta. V3 We Face The Future In Science Sandy Cornish and Mary Johnston are proving the law of relative proportions of acids and bases. The burettes used in this experiment are all hand-ground glass and are very sensitive, expensive instruments. Due to recent Russian scientific advances a new emphasis is being placed on the already popular science courses. There are some fifty classes a day at Arthur Hill and these include chemistry, physics, biology, psychology, natural science, and homemaking. The biology student studies the broad field of all life, plant and animal, that inhabits the earth. From dissections of crawhsh, worms, and frogs he learns about human as well as animal life. In physics he studies power work, matter and energy. Chemistry students learn about the chemical makeup of matter, atomic structure and mole- cular weights. The future chemists spend many hours in the laboratory mixing various chemicals and observing and charting their reactions. They have to be able to recognize, write, and balance formulas. Biology is generally taken in the sophomore year, physics in the junior year and chemistry and psychology are senior subjects. Mr. Dersch, head of the science department, feels that stu- dents are offered a very Fine curriculum. "W-wr This is science? The study of phrenology may not be scientific, but it is one of the things psychology students enjoy most. Here, Mike Smith, Sally Ervin, and Lula Swetz are studying the lumps on the head of their bald friend. "No, the Ellithorpe class. y're not skipping rope!" Kay Barnard and Pete are representing sound waves for the physics Boy, do they look good! Bonnie Burk and Kay Barnett are preparing eggs for breakfast in homemaking. tiki 1 'SZ' '75 mug.: ,in John Schneider seems to have completed the proof of a difficult Trig problem, to the admiration of Sharon Whitney, Mike Seidel, and Sue Bublitz. Equatlons a "Now if you multiply by x . . . yes! That does it!" Kathy McFarland is helping Jim McCargar with his Algebra homework in advisory. nd Logar 1 thms From exponent to logarithm, from algebra to trigonometry - math plays an important part in the lives of its students. Our courses in math have a common goal: to promote clear and logical thinking through sound reasoning and practical application. Tools ranging from the slide rule, compass and protractor down to the plain old pencil and eraser are familiar to our advanced math stu- dents. All are working toward a better under- standing of math and reasoning, which helps the students to face problems and ligure out their solutions by themselves. As the head of the math department, Mr. Giesecke makes sure that the math courses are suitable to fit the needs of every student whether he wants a general mathematical background or is a budding engineer or scientist. s l 5 "Through a given external point there can be drawn one, and only one, perpendicular to the plane," explains Tom Kackmeislcr to Roselyn Kent. Three dimensional forms prove helpful in explaining geometrical theorems. Bill Denzer realizes the value of volunteering in class as he gives the proof of a problem in plane geometry. E 3 Q ? 2 S F ,p 2 , I J 2 f 5 3 2 5 Mr. Senn is checking grades in his bookkeeping class. Business Education grows in popularity every year at Arthur Hill. This department, headed by Mrs. Gunther, olfers typing, shorthand, transcription, bookkeeping, re- tailing, and oflice training. The student's goal is to prepare for enl- ployment in his chosen Held. Typists aim at 60 words per minute, bookkeepers try to balance their books, and retailing students learn to meet the public by working in the student store, while office training students get on the job experience. Business These shorthand students seem fascinated by what Mr Kleekamp is saying. - wa s . W . ,.s . . avavfw' if , ..-....., ......---,Q....-. . A. ..........v-...L W V .fun ' tlsfwwf -smesrseg as-' Nowhere, but no . . . where . . . do you get the service you do in the Arthur Hill student store from clerks, Penny Van VVorrner, Gail Staudacher and Judy Porter. Ask Tom Schadt! Education Pays Mrs. Gunther checks the progress of her typing students. Dividends Immediate dividends are realized by students specializing in Business Education at Arthur Hill. Part time employment while in high school, placement in jobs with a future, training in subjects with practical application on the job are just a few of the attractions of the course. Senior girls from the Co-op club enjoy putting on and modeling in their own style show. Uinmmm, feel that fur." Government students of Miss Struthers believe that under- standing our democratic system of government becomes increasingly important as we are put "on the spot" by recent Russian scientific advances. argar points out a trouble spot in Europe to Bill Miller and Carol sauna Mr. MCC Thume. round Q M. ..,.., ' Perhaps we can't all take a trip around the world in a balloon, but we still have the oppor- tunity to visit the Ear corners of the earth from our classrooms. At Arthur Hill American history, government and economics are required of every student. In these classes we learn our country's history from the pilgrims to the present, and the workings of our governmental and economic systems. In addition to the required subjects, geography and world history are offered as electives. In the social studies classes we learn to apply the past to present day experience, study the ways ol other people, and learn to take our place as responsible citizens in the world of tomorrow. Nancy Renshaw, Becky Rigg, Linda Schiff, Dave Miller, study the map in Mr, Harvey's American history class. th W l W ' ' ' e or d 1th Soelal Studles "If I sell a man a truck . . Mr. Stewart explains a complex economic problem to his class. The lights are dimmed, a hush falls over the audience, and the Arthur Hill choirs begin to sing. Whether you prefer a rousing sea chanty or a stirring spiritual, the choirs, under the direction of Miss Rachel McMillian, provide your favorite kind of music. The a Capella and two girls' choirs sing on many occasions in and out of school, fulfilling their objective of furthering musical interest and enter- taining their audience. Music 0 ur Choirs Delights All FRONT ROW: J. Vincent, S. Davila, M. Rotunno, J. Ruthig, S. Wehner, M. Bonner, G. Louehart, D. Brooks. SECOND ROW: J. Albright, L. Ainsworth, B. Schmittgen, J. V'einer,'K. Mellherg, I. Raines, J. Ryba, J Leaniau. THIRD ROW: S. Rogel, H. Baker, J. Hamilton, J. Bauer, I' Scherping, S. Faudrich, W. Likes, S. Baumler, J. Eastwell. TOP ROW': J Golden, C. Wright, L. Winiecke, J. Yockey, J. Brieske, G. Nichols, B. Knotts, L. Harris, B. Thornton, and T. Belokonney. Mellow harmony and a syncopated beat mark the style of the Harmon- ettes, Pat Trew, Jeanie Clayton, Nancy Bruening, Janet Gage, Gina Bradley, and Leah Vorce. Sue Tanner is the accompanist. "Day O! Day O!" sing the Lost Chords, Arthur Hill's Hne vocal quartet. The Chords are: Jim Barrie, Gary Weiker, Lanny Bauer, and Ed Gwizadowski. The members of this year's a Capella. FRONT ROW: J. Siddons, M. Moore, C. Huff, S. Parrish, Meade, A. Schmittgan, B. Meier, S. White, S. Sutton, S. Plaga, F. Phillips, N. Kerns, M. Hart, P. Bonner, S. Bassett, S. Diechman, L. Engel. SECOND ROW: J. Sharar, J. La- Fond, S. Wiederhold, P. Persons, C. Schemm, L. Swetz, B. Hauman, J. Clayton, J. Laurenz, K. Schmittgan, J. Hitzner, D. Korbein, V. Bradley, J. Rappuhn, P. Giflin M. Mlhite, L. Karls, J. Clark, J. Inman. THIRD ROW: J. Wells, VV. Patterson, B. Tunny, J. Joerfner, M. Tyner G. Johnson, N. Bruening, J. Turner, S. Tanner, J. Olson, J. Stingel, C. Bherens, P. Oleary, J. Dankert, M. Johnston C. Kemerer, R. Rutherford. FOURTH ROYV: E. Gwiza- dowski, J. Olson, R. Albright, R. Spicer, L. Bauer, D Drake, B. Wallace, J. Findlay, J. Campau, C. Reinke, H. Volz, L. Mehol, G. Austin, G. Welker, J. Zissler, B. Thomas, T. Drake, F. Luterf T. Ryan, J. Lemmer. s y , FRONT ROYV: C. Brawley, N. Cerow, J. Parker, D. Klein, B. Fuss, S. Stoll. SECOND ROYV: C. Manchester, M. Hall, S. Miller, S. DcHoan, D. Likes, F. Gallery, H. Scott. THIRD ROVV: B. Miller, Garner, A, Miller. K. Finch, B. Lewanski, G. Rexius, S. Erwin, M. Ahrens. FOURTH ROXV: M. Hutchinson, V. Thomas, J. Kaczmarek, B. Casperseu, S. Parker, P. Fuss, J. Schaitberger, J. Green. FLUTE: E. Harvey, M. Hiles, N. Kurtz, J. Mahaffy, M. Phelps, R. Ruskin, and P. Wrassel. CLARINET: C. Anderson, H. Berlin, S. Black, S. Bluhm, D. Boccia, J. Clayton, J. Dittmar, N. Frenzel, C. Geth, B. Hill, J. Kitzman, R. Kolleth, J. Lehner, J. McDonald, T. Mitchell, J. Morreau, S. Morrell, B. Reid, J. Schmidt, J. Sorenson. OBOE: B. DeLaVergne. ALTO CLARINET: J. Fliegel, M. Thornton. BASS CLARINET: J. Eggert, J. Hillborn. ALTO SAXOPHONE: R. Kent, R. Neuworth. TENOR SAXOPHONE: T. Lentner, D. Markin. BARITONE Throughout the school year the Instrumental Music Department is on the job. In the fall the marching band plays at football games, handling complicated formations with facility. Later the band, orchestra, pep band, and dance band play at dances, concerts, the Band Bounce, rallies and assemblies. A blare of bugles! A ruffle of drums . . . ! Hillites thrill as director Kenneth Mathews puts the Arthur Hill march- ing bancl through its paces. SAXOPHONE: R. Pinnell. CORNET: T. Ames, J. Baird, C. Chappel, VV. Conlee, D. Coy, F. Fetters, G. Fraser, R. Gocldenow, R. Klemko, D. Larson, J. Minicky, D. Reid, K. Robart, W. Rupprecht, N. Ryder, J. Scherger, S. Soreteu, J. Zissler. FRENCH HORN: P. Horn, M. Perkins, R. Pfeuffer. TROMBONE: S. Cradit, R. Risee, M. Wallace. BARITONE: J. Dietzel, H. Manning, R. Faust, T. Poitras, C. Tollo. BASS: C. Burt, F. Doerr, B. Wallace. DRUMS: H. Eldredge, J. Fielder, J. Fliegel, M. Hall, J. Lemmer, XV. Lent, M. Sparkes, and Pete Woodman. Music! Music! usic! Hillites are mighty proud of their sharp nlajorettes. The girls are Fran Phillips, Joann Fleigel, Sue Otto, Sandy Parker, Pat Hazen, Sandy Rosenberg, and Betty Hales. VIOLIN: J. Anderson, R. Buggia, C. Gobble, K. Krafft T. Norberg, L. Vorce. CELLO: M. Ellis, C. Larson BASS: L. Patterson. PIANO: C. Green. FLUTE: S Henderson, R. Olney. CLARINET: H. Berlin, B. De LaVergne, J. McDonald, Sorenson, D. Spitz. TRUMP- ET: R. Klemko, K. Dorey. FRENCH HORN: P. Horn M. Perkins, R. Pfeuffer. Inches, Bylines, Being on the News staff challenges the imagination, energy and writing ability of students. Beginning with Journalism I the would-be journalist gets an oppor- tunity to show what he can do and if he proves he has -what- it- takes he grad- uates to a position on the staff. He must meet deadlines by anticipating events, be constantly alert and spend long hours on the job. His reward - counting his inches of course. All the important decisions on the News are made by the members of the editorial board: SEATED, Ute Siefert, Martha Munck, editor-in- chief, and Carole Schemm. STANDING: Janice Rock, Mike Tyner, Tom Abler, and Dianne Orr. Filing, finance and photography on the News are deftly handled by Barbara Gerow, Joann Fox, Sue Frye, Judy Clark, Pat Boyd, Ann Leesch, Lucy Blynn, Sue Chandler and Jim Bradt. Another scoop for the Arthur Hills News? Credit reporters: standing, Pat Trew, Sue Hale, Mar- jorie Schode, Connie Bourcier, Laurie Hass- berger, Carol Pitsch, Mary Olds, Kathy Zahn, Barbara Holzhaur, and Betty Usewichg seated, Judy Clark, janet Glick, Linda Stiehr, jan Zehnder and Mike Hill. 4,,, . . . . Deadlmes! Legenda stall members assume the responsibility of telling the story of the year as completely as possible. In addi- tion they strive to turn out a book that is attractive, original and truly repre- sentative of the school. Hard work, joint effort, responsibility, planning, imagina- tion, creativeness, long hours-plus much good will and comradery go into the production. 52200. Everything checks!" Advertising editor Louise Brockless and Bill Peloquin get an assist in figuring the grand total of advertising sold from Judy Turner, classroom editor, and Donna LaDouce, honors editor. Almost nnished! Seeing the Hnished pages take shape is one of the satisfactions of yearbook work. Martha Asman and Ann Louise Hannon, club co-editorsg Sandy Mclntosh, administration editor, and Pam MacRae, special events editor, are pleased to apply the finishing touches. "Oh, what a good picture of . . ." It's a lot of hard work pasting up the album pages, but it does have its rewards. Barb Mack, art editor, Sharon Posey, sophomore album editor, Carol Stuart, senior album editor, and Marcia Pfeuller, junior album editor, paste the senior pictures. Deciding on the division page pictures is an important part of the work. David Braun, athletics editor, john Boyse, chief photographer, Kathy janssens, editor-in-chiefg and Terry Ham- mond, photographer, are looking at some en- largements. "That looks like a winner!" exclaim Ann Strickland and Betty Kerr as they examine Kathy Ross' safety poster. Carol Voelker pauses in her work to admire it too. Art Inspires riginalit Posters anyone? A sign perhaps, or a picture to brighten a drab wall, some stage scenery, table decorations or program covers? Just see Mrs. Siehr in the art department. Sometimes it seems that the art department should be listed among the service clubs. It always seems to be doing something for someone. Its products are so much in demand because of their quality and beauty. Cinderella? lVell, not exactly. Perhaps this model will never be a real princess, but Hillites cer- tainly appreciate her as part of a wonderful display made by the art classes. Advanced art students, john Wilbur, David jacques, and Beverly Dusek have to admit their work looks pretty good on exhibit. , J' T. l ,- Q, - 5 me 0 Kia- 3 xi xi 'iii s f" iiv. I 1 "wif Lathe work takes know-how and concentration. Dave Bauer demonstrates. Do-It-Yourself ill rafts VVould you like to do-it-yourself? Make a ring, an end table, a house model? Then craft classes and the industrial arts are for you. They offer you an opportunity to be creative - to carry a project through to completion. Besides learning to use tools skillfully there is the added enjoyment of carrying home the finished article with a proud exclamation of, "I made it." House models provide a fascinating project in mechanical drawing. Tom Tarrant and Don Zimba critically appraise a fellow student's attempt. t s Fun. . .Fu11. . .Fun. . . I First choice of many among all subjects on the curriculum is gym. All sophomores and jun- iors are required to take gym and art of living, alternately. ln gym classes students do exercises, play basketball and volleyball, and learn to swim. In the sophomore art of living classes students become acquainted with high school life, and in junior classes they study personality and good grooming. Part of the course is also dedicated to driver education. Dorthy Fidlin, Nancy Brock, Glenna Linnhaugh and Sally Teboe give serious thought to careers in art of living class. Volleyball practice is favored activity Ei 3 3 5 E A3 4 -151 5, wa? W, I, ska I' ,, X9 , , 4 A k ' , A awk A x..A, KWA.?2 MN -9 am in wi 45' .L -ur.- vv:f' pf Q .nu Bimlandwv 1 ' "" XMN f-V ,H.'9WQ41nT "Our worthy opponents have stated . . says Barb Bliss, referring to jaci Floeter and Nancy Needham. Her partner, John Wooll, and the rest of the class listen with interest. "Speak the S eech I Pray You" judy Neiderstadt, Carol Catrain, Mike Pohlman, Tamara Belecony, Dale Lantz, and Nyla Kurtz are the finalists in sophomore declamation, the only phase of the spring speech activities reserved for sophomores. Would you like to learn to give readings like Charles Laughton? Public speaking is for you! Public speaking is an experience that every high school student should have. The confidence and poise acquired in public speaking carries over into all other classes at Arthur Hill as well as college or the business world. After taking public speaking many students are so interested that they wish to do more advanced speech work. Despite the hard work, debate offers a wonderful opportunity. Regularly scheduled debates are held with other schools. Mr. Grueber, head of the speech department, stresses the will to win and the effort put forth more than the winning. Connie Holmes and jim Roethlesberger are more interested in each other than Thirza McKinnon, Joann jones and Ronnie Minnard. It's perfectly all right though because it's all part of the script they are using for their play in public speaking. D1'iVe1'TI'3iIlil1 Grows in Popularit Perhaps one of the biggest thrills of our high school days comes when we drive a car for the first time. The driver training student, instructed by Mr. Edwin Jahns, learns not only how to drive, but also how to care for an automo- bile. At Arthur Hill we have twelve cars, and students are ex- cused from their gym classes for ten days of behind - the - wheel training. ! 7 DR. MAURICE DAY '30 th Honor lumnuea Developing an interest in science acquired in a chemistry class at Arthur Hill led to a Doctor's degree in physical chemistry and a position as director of research and development and vice- president of the Crucible Steel Company of America for Maurice Jerome Day, 1957 Arthur Hil,l High School Honor Alumnus. As Seventh Honor Alumnus Mr. Day was honored at the annual Honors Assembly at the school, a reception in North Hall, and a dinner at the Germania, His picture now hangs with previous Honor Alumni Harry P. Baker, John O. Goodsell, Wfilliam H. Doerfner, Carl F. Schreiber, Arthur H. Rice and Otto C. Richter in the Community Room. At left, top to bottom: Mr. Day delivers his response to the Honor Alumnus Tributeg congratulates Martha Munckg greets Mr. Charles C. Coulter, Superintendent of Schoolsg chats with Mr. Dersch, his former chemistry teacherg and poses with his family. 64 Mr. Morrow, dean of boys, is often visited bv students seeking helpful suggestions on their problems. r. Morrow Joins 25-Year Club MR. RAYMOND YV. MORROYV, ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Twenty-Five years at Arthur Hill, eighteen as assistant principal, qualihes Mr. Morrow for membership in the 25-Year Club. He came to Arthur Hill in l933 as a social science teacher. Some of the Arthur Hill students attending sum- mer school attest to his proficiency in this field. However, most Hillites know him as the man to see when in trouble. With equal calm he dis- penses advice, fines, excuses, new locker com- binations and . . . eighth hours. Issuing eighth hours is one of Mr. Morrow's many duti6S, he is also in charge of fines, locks, lockers, attend2lnC6 and building care. I-Iillites Receive Special Honor Judith Ann Adair Vija Arins Robert Dean Arnot Charles Joseph Barr Susan Carol Beatty Jane Elise Bernecker Barbara Lynne Bliss Leta Roxane Bloomfield Beverley Jean Borm John W. Boyse, Jr. Alverda Liona Brown Susan Kay Bublitz David Barry Carpenter Ethyl Jean Clayton Henry William Collier Sandra Lillie Cornish Joseph Parker Day Barbara Louise DeLaVergne Sharon Kay Denzer Selma Grace Diechman Wallace John Dirker Susan Rebecca Doty Judy Kay Dutton Mary Lou Ederer Janice Marie Ellars Thomas Edward Evans Anne Berkeley Finke Joanne Kathleen Fox Janet Ruth Gage Sharon Lee Glave Mary Ann E. Hardt Patricia E. Hazen Sandra Jean Henning Linda Jean Hicks Barbara Holzhauer Jacqueline Gail Humphrey Janet Louise Inman Kathleen Jane J anssens Audrey Sonja Johnson Mary Eileen Johnston Lois Ann Karls Suzanne Marie Keck Nancy Louise Kerns Rosalie Anne King Lora Jane Krapohl Karen Lee Krause Carol Lynn Larson Jill Marie Laurenz Larry Wilbur Leddy Elizabeth Ann Leesch Barbara Jean Mack Pamela Lee MacRae Margaret E. McAllister Catherine McFarland Janice Lou McLeod Sally Lou Mickey Barbara Ann Miller Martha Sue Munck Nancy Lee Needham 1' Margaret Wilhelmina Nehls Paul Osterbeck Judith Eleanor Pate Judith Kay Ploetz Sharon Kay Posey Carroll Lee Pretzer James Lawrence Rae Lana Lou Riseley Marion M. Rossow William Arthur Rupprecht Susan Irene Sadenwater Carole Jo-Ann Schemm Mary Katherine Schibelhut Kay Elaine Schmittgen John Arthur Schneider Julie Ann Schroeder Gustav William Schulwitz Erwin Michael Seidel Philip Seidel Ute Louise Anna Seifert Aina Silnieks Charmaine Regina Stander Margaret Ann Stark Dennis Martin Stewart Janet Marion Stingel Ralph E. Stingel Ann Strickland Susan Margo Tanner Patricia Thoms Mary Lu Townley Susan J. Trew Joseph James Verbrugge, Jr Mary Lynn Webber Sylvia Ann Weber Carron Gordon Weiker Margaret Ann Whalin Sharon Mae Whitney T. Roger Wight Grant C. Winchell Frank Gregory Woidka John William Wolf, Jr. Climax of the Honors Assembly is the surprise announce- ment of the sophomore awards. Roger Olny, named Sophomore boy, accepted the Hi-Y Cup. A delighted Joan Nash received the Y-Teen trophy from 4 president of Y-Teens. joan was voted the outstanding sophomore girl for scholastic and leadership ability. Barbara Mack and Patricia Boyd. Don Callison, presiden Outstanding juniors on the Legenda and News staffs were 1 of Quill and Scrolh presented them with the Junior journalism Plaque. 6 For loyalty, patriotism, cooperation, courtesy and per- sonality Martha Munck was elected by the senior class and the facility as the 1958 DAR Good Citizen. Ralph Stingel Robert Hyslop Garron VVe1ker Charlie Barr, Lois Karls and Mar Lu Townle were the hnalists Y Y in the National Merit Scholarship test. J onors SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS l J Albion College 1 Pat Kirchner-Grant-in-aid Alma College l Sally Werner-5200.00 a year y Arthur Hill Scholarship 5 Sharon Burmeister-352000.00 w w Bay City Junior College y Dorothy Driscoll-Tuition Kathleen Driscoll-Tuition Rosemary Schultz-Tuition Calvin College, Grand Rapids Sharon Berkompas-S250 Tuition Capital University Janice Engel-S500 Tuition Central Michigan College Carla Clabuesch-Teaching Mary Beth Howard-Teaching Mary Jennings-Teaching Elynor Kazuk-Teaching Shirley McGuire-Teaching Marcia Rosenberg-Teaching W Carol Schulz-Teaching l Bin serrin-Non-'reaching Judi Smith-Teaching Elks Scholarship Mary Flucke-lst in State-16100.00 1 Mary Flucke-2nd Girls-3515.00 l Terry Gronda-lst Boys-5525.00 1 Elynor Kazuk-lst Girls-1525.00 Home Economics ! sharon Hartse11-3200.00 lJohn and Francis Goll l Carole Black-Cash Award Lee Bennet Award X Shirley McGuire-53150.00 J Memorial Scholarship Patricia Kirchner-Cash Award James Mark-Cash Award David Winterle-Cash Award Bill Ruppretch, Nancy Koslen and Selma IJICCHITIZH were given the special awards in Spanish at the honor assembly Tom Varner, Pat Kirchner, Connie Roush and Ilvnor Kazuk winners of the Michigan College of Miningtand Technology Michigan Plaque, Treanor Journalism Hurd D X R Xuard and CIVIIHII Award gZ?L1grf52geE,lf1iG'S1gJ2Tumon - respectively, proudly show Mr. Brock their trophies Michigan State Pat Day-4-H-Tuition Mary Flucke-Scholarship Tuition Sharon Hartsell-Honor Award Sharon Hartsell-XVornen's National Farm and Garden Association S250 Marilyn Vogt-Distinguished Alumni-S1000 National Merit Scholarship Corporation Anthony Barnard-Certificate of Merit Marilyn Vogt-Certificate of Merit Ohio State College Tom Varner-All Expenses Pan Hellenic Sally Jo Nelson-S100 Tri State at Angola, Indiana Lester Knoerr-S225 Tuition University of Michigan Regents Alumni Sharon Kaye Burmeister Judith Hubble Sally Jo Nelson Mary Kay Spadafore Tom Varner Vassar Virginia Anderson-S5400 Veterans Auxiliary Mary Jennings-S300 Western Michigan Janice Rapp-Tuition Wooster College, Ohio Kay Christy-S200 One of tl Arth lC most dramatic moments 1t Commencement wx as the awardlng of the ur Hill Scholarship to Sharon Burmcister and the Ippe Cup to ack O Brlen 6 by Mr. Brock. all of Fame Each year the senior class elects its hfteen out- standing members to the Hall of Fame. They are chosen for their participation in extra- curricular activities, scholarship, leadership and personality. JAN INMAN v MIKE SEIDEL , 1 RON CAGE MARY LU TOYVNLEY 4 MARILYN HART S , x TOM HARVEY .. FQ x JEANIE xzzo . SANDRA CORNISH pm RAE 70 Senior its 3 pq is g .,v, Q :Q . 4 4 gif I 1 2 ' Q ll .1 ,....,y I 1 ' , -- Eii' , I kg , -lim Rae triumphantly enters the auditorium on the shoulders of his supporters. The Senior Class of 1958 will have many memories - The girls lost their S.O. Campaign for the hrst time in nine years, - IVe bad an all-out, all-school election for Student Cabinet Officers. No matter what our memories of school have been or will be in the future, we all have many goals which we have been striving for. Throughout our school years, we have been building up to a climax. For some, the climax is graduation: for others it may be college. Yllhatever they may be, high school has prepared us for some of the many coming events. JEANETTE KAY ABBE 3442 Mackinaw Pep Club Rep., FTA, Mir- acle Book, Y4Teens, Pep Clubs, Class Ch., Usher. NANCY ELIZABETH ABBENANTE 214 N. Granger Biology and Natural Sci- ence, FNA, Pep Clubs, Usher. LARRY EARL ACKER 702 N. Granger JUDITH ANN ADAIR 930 Ash Adv. Vice-Pres., Treasg Band, Band Bounce, Class Ch.: Basketball, Volleyball. JAMES WILLIAM AHLEMAN 3211 Glasby ROBERT KARL AHRENS 522 Eleanor Adv. Pres., Club Hillite Rep.g Hi-Y Clubg Big 14, Baseball, Basketball, Foot' ball Letterwinner. RONALD FRAN K ALBRIGHT 2002 Holcomb Rifle Club, Choir, Christ- mas Pag, GERALD R. ALEXANDER 2134 N. Charles Hi-Y Club, Art Award. LORRAINE ANN ALLMAN 508 S. Jefferson Co-op Club. SAUNDRA HOPE .ALEXANDER 1571 Wilson Club Hillite Rep.g Al- chemists, Arts-Dramatics, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs: Christmas Pag., Class Ch, KAREN GAY ANDERSON 182 Sixth Arts-Dramatics, Latin, Pep Clubs, Class Ch, LARRY ALLEN ANDERSON 2103 Emerick Bowling, Hi-Y, Pep, Span- ish Clubs: Baseball, Foot- ball, Track Lctterwinncr. in E mf M. -wg , , f gm- .,.., ., I ,..: . I I sm is f if ' 5 3 A . . . .,..,... , ...1 . . .,,, . J ., ?' I 'nr I E, e 23, . ..,...2.:,5A . .. .3 f.r,-,ms- - ' ww fi 1. ii as .,',4 1 ti. tj, f I , -.6 1 V 5 it gig? f mwrssfvyevsfzw 'ws-aff A 12145 af 5 1 as 5 - 2 Q A 32 JOANN RAE ANDRI-IE 3-lll Osler VIJA ARINS 3728 Mackinaw French. Tri-M Clubs. WILLIAM RICHARD ARNDT 1436 Marquette Geography, Hi-Y, Rifle Clubs. ROBERT DEAN ARNOT 1028 Brockway Ct. Adv. Vice-Pres., Class Ch., Baseball, Football, Golf. ROSEMARY ANN BAKER 1175 N. Miller Rd. Adv. Treas., Sec., FNA, Miracle Book Clubs, Class Ch.. Health Room Att., Usher. FRANCIS JAMES BALLEY 1753 Ring Pep Club Rep., Biology and Natural Science, Pep Clubs, Swimming, Track. ELTON W. BALLIEN 4316 Hospital Rd. FTA Sec. Club: Baseball. JANICE MARIE BALZER 615 Elm St. Interest: Collecting. DAVID JOHN BANASZEK 3205 N. Michigan Adv. Pres., Hi-Y Club, Class Ch., Track Letter- winner. PHILLIP W. BARNETT 4209 Center CHARLES JOSEPH BARR 1215 Greenwich Adv. Pres., Crucibles, Hi- Y, JETS Vice-Pres., Pres. Clubs, Debate, Tennis Letterwinner. FRANCES SUE BARTLETT 3075 W. Genesee Pep Club, Class Ch. News. RICHARD RAY BARTLETT 3451 Water Adv. Treas., Baseball Let- terwinner, Football, Swim- ming. SANDRA KAY BAUDER 140 W. Washington Assembly Ch., Health Room Att., Basketball, Volleyball. DIXIE LEE BAUER 2014 W. Genesee Adv. VicePres., Club Hil- lite Rep., Red Cross Ch., Pep Club Rep., Latin, Y- Teens, Pep Clubs. LANNY MICHAEL BAUER 743 S. Westervelt Adv. Pres., Pep Club, Band Bounce, Choir, Class Ch., Football, Lost Chords. VONNITA LOUISE BAUER 1210 Cronk Co-op, Pep Clubs. RONALD BAUMGARTNER 717 N. Webster CAROL JEAN BEADLE 3555 Shattuck Rd. FHA, Pep Clubs, Class Ch. HELEN MARGARET BEADLE 8770 Pierce Rd. RICHARD E. BEATENHEAD 5030 N. Michigan FFA Club SUSAN CAROL BEATTY 1714 Barnard Adv. Pres., Alchemists, Arts-Dramatics, Math. Sec., Y-Teens Vice-Pres. Clubs, Oratory, Soph. Cup. GERALD A. BECK 1752 Stanley HOWARD KENNETH BECK 1268 Lathrup Seals Sales Ch. ROBERT C. BECK 1606 N. Woodbridge Interest: Hunting. SANDRA KAY BECKMANN 521 S. Webster Adv. PTA Ch., Pep, Spanish Clubs, Assembly Comm. BRENDA GAIL BEHM 2115 Blackmore Adv. Trcas., Sec., Seals Sales Ch.. Jr. Prom Com., Y-Teens Club, Usher, CHARLOTTE LOU BEHRENS 925 Commonwealth Pep, Spanish, Tri-M Clubs, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag., Comm., Pag. I? Qs. mfs. . . . N? AU K A A 'Hr ,335 J' 1' ,sung -. - 7 s' L"h " . .Swv 5' RONALD G. BEIELER 2260 State Interest: Cartooning. DARLENE AN N BENJAMIN 2120 Bay Adv. Sec., PTA Ch., French, FTA Clubs, Band, Band Bounce. Christmas 'ag. JAMES DONALD BERG 2302 N. Bond Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Red Cross Vol., Basketball, Track Letterwinner. EDWARD ALLEN BERKOBIEN 2735 S. Center Adv. Vice-Pres., Soph. Party Com., Pep Club, Football. GARY TATE BERKOMPAS 1123 N. Fayette Radio Club, Swim Team Mgr. RONALD CARL BERLIN 2515 Benjamin . Bowling Club, Football. JAMES ELISE BERNECKER 3222 Osler Ct. PTA Ch., Pep Club Rep., FTA, Latin, Pep Clubs, Red Cross Vol., Usher. NANCY BEYER 1933 Madison Adv. Treas. Sec., Pep, Spanish, Y-Teens Clubs, Band Bounce, Drum Maj- orette, Queen's Court. JUDY MARIE BINDER 1280 N. Center Rd. Latin, Pep Clubs, Class Ch., Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball. RONALD GARY BISHOP 2830 Midland Rd. Adv. Pres., Vice-Pres., Hi- Y, Clubs, Big 14, Class Ch., Football, Track Let- terwinner. SHARON LOUISE BLACK 1903 S. Niagara FNA, Miracle Book Clubs, Band, Band Bounce, Bas- ketball, Volleyball Letter- winner. XVILLI.-XM STANTON BLACK 1716 Court Interest: Professional Pho- tography. BARBARA LYNNE BLISS 403 N. Maple Adv. Vice-Pres.. PTA Ch.. Soph Party Com., Pep Club Rep., FTA Club Pres., Class Ch., Debate. JAMES LEONARD BLOMSTROM 407 S. Harrison Hi-Y, Radio, Rifle Clubs. LETA ROXANE BLOONIFIELD 2338 Delaware Adv. Vice-Pres., Club Hil- litc Rep., Alchemists, FTA, Pep Clubs, Sem. Play, Usher. CAROL BLUEMLEIN 2419 Norman Adv. Sec., Co-op, FTA, Pep, Rifle Clubs. MARTIN DANIEL BLUEHM 2310 David Club Hillite Rep., Red Cross Ch., Radio Club: Class Ch., Red Cross Vol., Baseball Mgr. Letterwin- ner. DONALD LOUIS BOCCIA 2017 Congress TB Ch., Bowling, Miracle Book Clubs, Band, Band Bounce, Dance Orch. WILLIAM AN DREXV BOEHM 1021 S. lvebster Bowling, Radio, Riile Clubs. JOELLEN BOEGERT 1935 W. Michigan Adv. Treas., Sec., Seals Sales Ch., Pep Club Rep., Pep Club, Class Ch. ELMER BERT BOHNHOFF 7320 Garfield FFA Club. JOAN BARBARA BOLVIN 155 Reynick Adv, Treas., Club Hillite Rep., FNA, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Class Ch., News. JOHN JOSEPH BOMMARITO 3066 N. Michigan Adv. Sec., Club Hillite Rep., Pep Club Rep., Hi- Y Clubs, Big 14, Class Ch., Football LORAINE ARLEEN BONKOWSKI 2926 Deintlorfer Pep Club. PAULA MAE BONNER 223 N. Harrison Pep Club Rep., Pep Club, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag., Comm. Pag., Volleyball. BEVERLY JEAN BORN 1003 Hancock Pep Club Rep., FTA. Lat- in Pe Clubs, Basketball, , rf Volleyball. JOAN ANN BORUSZEWSK1 1601 Maple Adv. Vice-Pres. , Treas. , Sec., Club Hillite Rep.: Spanish, Y-Teens Clubs, Class Ch. XVALTER R. BOWMAN 1519 S. Michigan A A.. -Q -i' :wg X , ., k , L is ki . 44 5 We ' v vs 95 . g .,.,. V Ji... a- - . V Q ' 1 mil ' I I - :,. ' I mi' ' mi. f. -nr" v daarfvt- .K iz . f f? . 1 Llsl I ,ef - :SIE'5'i -- A .ir ig ...ff tenses?" ., ..,. ., -':, Zg: .,..- ag: i f i ,ff EK -N M7 iae ,el wi , is if Qi p x . QE 'I ff if A 1 it if iw-qv . ,-'-,H xy '7 t ETF' T3 gi., ... Q . V W .1 A W jiittnw I Q1 , ,Q . - ,H 2 . . , gssjf 5,.,.:,, ig- ri QSM" QU,1',.Qf'. -4.3 41- ff 4 sag: tmp fi ?S2'?f:kff:ff ' rr v J 'iiiiiff tif' yy, . ' . Ezifsgfy s of Wagga... ag I . X, ,Q . ft: , 'i A J .ft I - ' PATRICIA STIMSON BOYD 27 Benton Rd. Adv. Pres.: French Pres., Quill-Scroll Pres. Clubs: Queen's Court, Senior Hostess, jr. Journalism Award. THOMAS EDXYIN BOYD S14 Court Radio, Projection Clubs. JOHN VV. BOYSE, JR. 3208 Osler Ct. Arts-Dramatics, Pep, Quill- Scroll Clubs: Band, Class Ch., Legenda Photography Htl-S Crucibles, ELOISE R. BRACG 1939 Gratiot .Adv. Vice-Pres., Soph Par- ty Com., Red Cross Ch.: French Treas., Pep Clubs: Band Bounce, Debate Declamation. DAVID ELMER BRAUN I3 Davis Dr. .Adv. Vice-Pres., Sec., Treas.: Arts-Dramatics, Quill-Scroll Clubs: Christ- mas Pug., Legenda Sports lid., Sem. Play. RICHARD ALLEN BRAUN 1100 Weiss Hi-Y Club: Cross Country, Track. LORRAINE MARIE BREPKA 3135 N. Michigan Pep Club. ,IUDITH ANN BRENNER 314 Little Co-op, FHA Pres., Vine! Pres. Clubs: Class Ch. Penny Loeblein is another of the many girls who comb on the bulletin boards as a mirror. IVILLIAM JAMES BRIESKE 2258 N. Madison Biology and Natural Sei- ence, Rifle Clubs. KATHERINE BRIGUGLIO l737 Durand LOUISE ANN BROCKLESS 1509 N. Ames Club Hillitc Rep., Red Cross Ch.: FTA, Latin, Quill-Scroll Clubs: Le- gencla Busines Manager Usher. ALYERDA LIONA BROIVN 607 N. Harrison Pep Club Rep.: Co-op, Pep Clubs: Debate, Red Cross Vol. DONALD MALVERN BROWN 623 N. Harrison Adv. Pres.: Miracle Book Pres., VicePres., Club: Band, Cross Countrv, Track Letterwinner. I RONALD ALVIN BROWN G28 Thurman Soph. Party Com., Hi-Y, Rifle Clubs: Stage Crew, Usher. NANCY KAY BRUENING 4107 Mackinaw Adv. Treas.. Pep Club Rep.: Arts-Dram. Club: Band Bounce, Christmas Pag., Class Ch., Sem. Play. SUSAN KAY BUBLITZ 2940 Midland Rd. Adv. Pres., Treas., Sec.: JETS and Math, Latin, Y- Teens Clubs: Big 14, Swimmers Aid. while using the glass "ntwwmawwrzs mg . X Diane McDowell, John lVolf, and Shirley Sutton don those "special" looks as they come from their English class.-They just had a test! E,. ?K..::?, .Q .L 'R , A W K ' 'mf RQ ,, ,l . . n X 1113 Esau! Y K 'ii 5 mf iz fi rl: 4' " leivi ' ,..: 5 "" S ua' -53252 Lt. Ax "" I 76 Q J T' 2 A' to DONIINIC C. BUCC1.-X 307 Alice Rifle Club. JOYCE ANN BUGGIA 1915 Ottawa Adv. Vice-Pres., Treus., Sec., Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Band, Band Bounce, Class Ch., News. CONSTANCIZ ANN BURBANK 14510 lVheeler Pep, Yffeens Cluhsg Band, Band Bounce, Red Cross Vol. ICLIZABETH K. BURNS 4300 N. River Rd. Adv, Vice-Pres., PTA Ch., Arts-Drumatics, Latin, Pep, Y51'et'us Clubs: Usher, CALVIN W. BURT 532 Peace Adv. Vice-Pres., Soph, Party Com., Radio Club Sec., Vice-Prcs.g Banrl, Band Bounce, Comm, Pug. DAVID LAURENCE BUSCH 40 li. Hannum Swimmers Aid. JERRY ALAN BESCH llEl Stricter Dr. JAMES BUSH 3231 Winter Interests: Hunting and Fishing. DIAN LOUISE BUTTERFIELIJ 908 Oak Adv. Pep Club Rcp.1 Arts' Dramaties, FTA, Miratlt- Book, Spanish Sec., Pres. Clubs, Christmas Pag., Usher. NIARILYN KAY CLAKINS 929 N. Mason Tri'M Club, Band, Band Bounce, Comm. Pageant. PEGGY ANN CAMPBELL 1014 Madison Adv. Vice-Pres., See, Club Hillite Rep., Pep Club Rep., Co-op, Pep Clubs, Legendzi. PETER SMITH CAMPBELL ,IANICE MARIE CAMPEAU 2565 Benjamin Adv. Red Cross Ch., Pep Club Rep., FTA, Pep Clubs, Class Ch.: Librar. SUSAN PRISCILLA CANN 2277 N. Madison Adv. Vice-Pres., Treas., Pep Club Rep., French, Latin, Y-Teens Clubs, Usher. SUZANNE CANOLE 1419 N. Clinton Co-op, PNA Clubs, De- bate. DAVID BARRY CARPENTER 503 Nylon Adv. Pres., Club Hillite Rep., Big 14, Football and Track Lettcrwinncr. ' o ' ai. 3 wp if MK-N LT ,L .vi Am an r . , . gi., .s -ar ET 3 7? A 'sy wav ,sf f . . 2232, '. I ,4 A Z "" ' .f -I EIS.. 2, fi Bn' ' D gf ,,., :" 777 9 .,,,, .. N " -'-' - 7 . if fs., ' , :grief 'ii sa? 5' 5323? 31,1 FSE? W' M1 , ' ff: I I ,..... W, JT ' ski if .N V 5 Q fs 5 .251 V V - ix eiri a , . , .1.,., .5L11,,- -'....,. , -.-.-.. . . .I me f. ,, JAMES A. CASE fl0l Elm Adv. Pres., Vice-Pres., Class Ch., Football. MICHAEL CASSIDY 2I2l Hanchett JOYCE C. CHALLIS 1300 Coolidge Adv. Red Cross Ch., FHA, FTA, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Oratory, Red Cross Vnl. CAROL RUTH CHAMBERLIN I8l0 Vermont Latin, Pep, Y-Teens Clubsg Class Ch., Exchange Stu- dent. KENNETH LYLE CHAMBERS 12556 W. Freeland Rd. PAUL DAVID CHENEY 531 Ann .IAMES EDWARD CHERRY 1434 Glendale Adv. Pres., Vice-Pres., Pep Club Rep., Arts-Dramatics. Tri-M Clubs, Declamation, Band Bounce. ARAM NISHION CIHOOLJIAN, JR. 1504 Brockway FFA Club, Band, Band Bounce, Dance Orchestra. KAY FRANCES CLAFLIN 1817 Wheeler FTA Club. .IUDITH CHARLENE CLARK 3316 Northwood Pl. Adv. PTA Ch., Red Cross Ch., Pep Club Rep., Quill- Scroll, Tri-M Pres., Y- Teens Treas. Clubs, A Cappella Choir. ROGER ALLISON CLARK 4415 Dirker Rd. Adv. Treas., Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Football Letterwin- ner, Basketball, Golf, Track. ETHYL JEAN CLAYTON 817 N. Oakley Adv. Pres., Soph. Party Com., Tri-M Vice-Pres, Clubs, Band, Band Bounce. Choir, Christmas Pag. BICATRICE CHRISTENA CLINE 2403 Deindorfer Adv. Treas.-Sec.: Co-op tllub, Band, Band Bounce, Comm. Pag. CAROL LOUISE COCHRAN 1802 Delaware Adv. Treas.-Sec., Club. Latin GEORGE E. COLBY l503 N. Clinton Adv. Soph. Party Com., Co-op Club, Choir, Debate, Barleball, Basketball, Foot- ha . DELORES FAY COLEMAN l52l Benjamin Adv. PTA Ch., Pep Club Rep.: Bowling Vice-Pres.. FTA, Pep, Y-Teens Clubsg Usher. HENRY WILLIAM COLLIER 1750 Glendale Adv. Pres., Soph. Party Com.. Crucibles, JETS and Math, Pep, German Vice-Pres. Clubs, Golf. PHYLLIS ANN COLLIER 2613 Midland Rd. Adv. Pres., Latin, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag. JANINE SUE COMSTOCK 1440 Acacia Adv. Red Cross French Club. CIx.3 JERRY DUANE COMSTOCK 406 S. Jefferson Projection Service, Stage Crew. SANDRA LILLIE CORNISH 423 Lynn FNA Pres., Latin, Y-Teens Historian, Band Bounce, Big 14, Sr., Hostess, Queen's Court. DOUGLAS LEE CORWIN 903 N. Porter FTA Club, JACQUELINE ANN CORY 4 Ardmore Pl. Arts-Dramatics, Latin, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Christmas Pag., Usher. DARREL ROGER COTTLE 2950 Durand Adv. Club Hillite Rep., Bowling Club, Swimming. SHARON ANN CRADIT 812 Mason Miracle Book, Spanish Clubs, Basketball, Volley- ball. WILLIAM ALEXANDER CRANE I9 W. Hannum Hi'Y. Latin Clubs, Band, Band Bounce, Swimming and Tennis Letterwinner. ROBERT ERNEST CRUMMER 227 Trier Adv. Vice-Pres., Hi-Y Club, Baseball Lettcrwin- ner. DEWITT MORRIS CRYMES 2597 S. River Rd. Geography Club, Red Cross Volunteer. '13 . if 5 ..:. fs-gs. ,. ,H 9 we if 3 . " -St . X. ' Ei 6' REM If i 1 . it fwsswgg :iff "' - 11.3 - I , R . . I. .,... . 1.5 " fl lla efgzig , , g fif :fI.e::2f - 1 Q. Q ,..,,5t.:... jifgesststsstssg - - w- vggggtzsir A J Q i T ' .,,. - , -.1 K f gg gigg. V 4 :5' .L .. - X ' :.f5,:gf,1.,, Q ...f..f .- Q i f f35??s,, .j. W: M g - .Y eve' f I xt'l35'Z' ,3 B i f' .1 fe. get . .. gg' . . sf 78 Q , CHARLES FREDERIC CURRY, JR. 410 E. Washington Freeland JANET FRANCES DANHOFF 2011 Ottawa C0-op, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs. JANET R. DANKERT 3275 Bay Rd. Pep, Rille Clubs, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag. RICHARD I. DARBY 965 Atlanta Miracle Book Club, Track, Cross Country Letterwin- ner. LINDA LOU DATEMA 2241 Marshall Ct. Adv. PTA Ch., Red Cross Ch., Pep Club Rep., FNA, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs. GARY TED DAVIS 2031 Division Adv. Vice-Pres., Club Hil- lite Rep., French, Hi-Y, RiHe Clubs, News, Tennis Letterwinner. JANET MARY DAVIS 1675 Coolidge Adv. Pres., Treas., PTA Ch., Miracle Book, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Usher. JOHN J. DAVIS 3065 State Street Interests: Hunting and Fishing. MARGARET ALICE DAVIS 1214 Hancock Pep Club Rep., Pep Club: Interest: Sports. MARSHA REVA DAVIS 2776 Eddy St. Interest: Music. ROGER JAMES DAVIS 5780 Bay Rd. Baseball Interest: Trapping. JOSEPH PARKER DAY 4231 E1 Monte Dr. Adv. Vice-Pres., Seals Sales Ch., Red Cross Ch., Hi-Y Club, Baseball, Football, and Swimming Letter- winner. MARGARET ANN DEAN 817 S. Bond Co-op, FHA Clubs. BARBARA LOUISE DELAVERGNE 705 S. Fayette FNA, Band, Band Bounce, Basketball, Volleyball. GARY DELUCIA 3955 N. River Rd. Interest: Cars. WILLIAM J. DEMAND 3075 Miller Rd. Red Cross Ch., Pep Club Rep., FFA Clubs, Class Ch., Football and Track Letterwinner. SHARON KAY DENZER 509 Peace Pep Club Rep., FTA, Lat- in, Geography Clubs, Class Ch., Usher. ALTON JAMES DEVERS 3446 Mackinaw Hi-Y, Radio Clubs, Inter- est: Skiing. GORDON LOUIS DEWITT 2729 EddY Track, Interest: Archery. PHILIP WADE DICKINSON 1781 McArthur Hi-Y, Spanish, Class Ch.: Sem. Play, Baseball and Football Letterwinner. SELMA GRACE DIECHMAN 3580 N. Michigan Club Hillite Rep., FTA, JETS and Math Clubs, Choir, Christmas Pag.: Class Chi., Spanish Award. AUDREY ANN DIETZEL 1614 Birney Interests: Knitting, Gar- dening. DUANE ALFRED DINSE 2305 N. Ames Radio Club, Football and Track Mgr. Letterwinner. WALLACE JOHN DIRKER 920 N. Center Rd. Hi-Y, JETS and Math Clubs, Class Ch., Football Letterwinner, Track. JACK LEE DOCKHAM 603 Elm St. ROBERT L. DOERR 3660 Schust Rd. Interest: Stamp Collecting. PAUL HOXVARD DOERSAM 1928 N. Madison Adv. Pres., Sec.-Treus., Clas Ch., Sem. Play, Bas- ketball and Football Let- terwinner. SALLY ANN DOLLHOFF 801 Westervelt Co-op Club: News, Inter- est: Music. DONALD CHESTER IJORK 1520 Mershon Adv. Pres.: Band Bounce, Boys' Choir: Christmas Pag.g Comm. Pag.3 Foot- ball. ROBERT THOMAS DORK 2710 Rappuhn Dr. Rifle Club: Cross Country Letterwinner. SUSAN REBECCA DOTY 821 IV. Genesee Adv. Treas.3 PTA Ch.: Latin, Pep, Spanish Clubs. KURTZ SHARPE DOWNER 55 E. Hannum Hi-Y, JETS and Math Clubs. DAVID VV. DRAKE 1315 S. Jackson Interests: Hunting and Fishing. WILLIAM THOMAS DUKARSKI 729 Bush Adv. Pres.g Baseball, Foot- ball Letterwinner. SHARON KAY DURHAM 1908 Delaware Adv. Vice-Pres., Treas.g Club Hillitc Rep., Pep Club Rep.: Band Bounce: Y-Teens Pres., Miracle Book Clubs: Usher. JUDY KAY DUTTON 1922 Bay Latin, Miracle Book Clubs. CONSTANCE IRENE DYMOND 1249 Freeland Rd. .Rep Club: Health Room tt. RAYMOND F. DZUBA 3580 Madison Interest: Sports. ROBERT L. DZUBA 3580 Madison Interest: Cars, NANCY ANN ICASTWELL 9100 Kochville Rd. FHA, Pep Clubs: Baseball and Basketball. CLARENCE THEODORE ECKSTROM 973 YV. Stoker Dr. Interest: Cars. MARJORIE SUE ECKSTROM 2385 McCarty Rd. Co-op, Pep Clubs: Inter- est: Swimming. MARY LOU EDERER 1195 N. River Rd. Alchemists, Latin Clubs: Service Club. RICHARD J. EDERER 9580 Frost Rd. Adv. Pres., Vice-Pres.g Hi- Y Club. as she is interviewed by Mr. Grueber as a candidate for f . anss.,..mn lllyvww is-2.-.:.., 1 W h - ' anlce Ellars and 'Nancy Needham were emcees of JAMES MARTIN EISENHAUER 2130 Clover Lane Radio and Riiile Clubs. ,IANICE MARIE ELLARS 1608 Stark Adv. Pres., PTA Ch., Soph. Party Com.: Arts- Dramatics, Tri-M Clubs: Band Bounce, Big 14. DENNY FREDERICK ELLIS 1024 Malzahn Pep Club Rep.: Pep Club: Cross Country Letterwin- HCT. PETER BRYON ELLITHORPE 1318 N. Fayette Hi-Y, Spanish Clubs. RICHARD LEROY ELMER 917 N. Granger Interest: Airplanes. HARRY JOSEPH ENGELS 1230 Maple Club Hillite Rep., Pep Club Rep.: Natural Sei- ence Club: Track. ORRA ENSZER 1403 Bay Track: Interest: Sports. SALLY JANE ERVIN 202 S. Carolina Pep Club Rep., FTA, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs: Christmas Pag., Girls' Chorus. the Girls' S.O. Assembly JOAN PHYLLIS EURICH 514 Elm Co-op, Geography, Pep Clubs. RONALD EURICH 1202 Ames Co-op, Pep Clubs: Class Ch. STELLA JEAN EVANS Freeland Health Room Attendant. Interest: Skating. THOMAS EDWARD EVANS 4295 Weiss Rd. Adv. Pres., PTA Ch.: Crucibles, JETS Clubs: Track, Football Letterwin' ner: Natl Honor Society. JAMES EMII. FAHRENBRUCH 1724 Maine Biology and Natural Sci- ence, Rifle Clubs. BETTY JANE l-'ANGER 2260 Shattuck Adv. Pres., Co-op Histor- ian, Tri-M Clubs: Band Bounce, Choir, Comm. Pag. JAMES ROBERT FARTHING 1908 Adams Blvd. Hi-Y Club. KATHERINE AMELIA FASS 1846 jordan Red Cross Ch.: Co-op, Pep Clubs: Band Bounce, Comm. Pag., Girls' Chorus. - the Hrst IH :.:. . 5 43122533.13 : .:. saw. rr 5 .. N 7 V zvrzsgziiifsp iii + :Wi .,... 5 . ,313 tile? 55, .I Hkv, . ,..,,, 1 if? ' as -3? f me :' ,,,, , . ,eww H RONALD FAUST 2020 Division Bowling, Pep, Rifle Clubs: Band, Band Bounce, Comm. Pag,: Swimming. ROBERT THOMAS FEDDER 10495 East Rd. Co-op Club, Class Ch. In- terest: Books. SCOTT JEFFREY FELMLEE 5877 Mackinaw Rd. Track: Interest: Camping. RUTH M. FEUERSTEIN 2359 Linda French, Pep Clubs: Health Room Attendant. KAY DAWN FINCI-I 2702 McCarty Rd. Miracle Book Club: Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pageant. ANNE BERKELEY FINKE 4015 Jameson Adv. Treas., Pep Club Rep.: Arts - Dramatics, French, FTA, Latin, Y- Teens Sr. Rep. Clubs. ROBERT H. FISCHER 617 Andre Pep Club: Baseball. JACQUELINE MAE FLOETER 2021 Hanchett Adv. Vice-Pres., Seals Ch.: French, Miracle Book, Y- Teens Clubs, Band Bounce, Debate. SCOTT WALTER FOULDS, JR. 5660 Tittabawassee FFA Club: Interest: Hunt- mg. JOANNE KATHLEEN FOX 2041 Marquette Pep Club Rep.: FTA, Miracle Book, Pep Clubs: News. DOUGLAS WARD FRANK 3429 Osler Bowling Club: Band. Band Bounce: Football Letter- winner, Track Letterwin- ner. KENYON WAYNE FRANKLIN 1432 Birney Soph. Party Com., Club Hillite Rep.: Hi-Y Club: Christmas Pag.: Baseball Letterwinner. JOHN DAVID FREDERICKS 1938 Allegan Rifle Club: Gov't Day Official Noon Club Com., Red Cross Vol., Usher. SANDRA SUZANNE FREY 608 Westfield PTA Chairman, Pep Club Rep.: FNA, FTA, Pep, Spanish Treas. Clubs: News. WILLIAM HENRY FRITZ 2313 S. Michigan Adv. Vice-Pres.: Hi-Y, Pep Clubs. KATHRYN ANN FRITZLER 1638 Avalon JANE MARIE FROST 5085 N. Graham Rd. PTA Ch.: Arts-Dramatics, Co-op, Pep Clubs: Class Chairman. ROBERT DENNIE FRYE 1807 Hemmeter Radio Club President. JANET RUTH GAGE 134 Borland Adv. Vice-Pres., Soph. Par- ty Com.: Latin, Tri-M Clubs: Band Bounce, Choir, Sem. Play. RONALD WARREN CAGE 1403 Stephens Adv. Vice-Pres.: Band, Band Bounce: Golf Letter- winner. ELEANOR GALLARDO 3315 Monroe Interest: Bowling. JEANNE E. GARNER 4875 Indian Trail FTA Club: Girls' Chorus. JEAN IRENE GARRETT 12165 Vasold Rd. Club Hillite Rep., Pep Club Rep.: FTA, Latin, Pep Clubs. JUDITH ANN GEISTMAN 643 Thurman Co-op, FHA, Y-Teens Clubs. THOMAS HAROLD GEORGE 721 Lyon Red Cross Volunteer: Swimming Letterwinner. BARBARA KAYE GEROW 1730 Ottawa Adv. Treas., Sec.: Arts- Dramatics Vice-Pres., Pep, Quill-Scroll Clubs: News: Swimmers Aid. PATRICIA ANN GIFFIN 8 Southlawn Ct. Bowling, Co-op Clubs: Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag., Librarian: Volleyball. SHARON LEE GLAVE 1542 N. Center Rd. PTA Chairman, Soph. Party Com., Pep Club Rep.: Arts-Dramatics, Lat- in, Y-Teens Clubs: Band Bounce. -lisa. .. tm . f- ws. M '?:"'I' :'IifI2E:.I:: 5 ' 5 V . lZ3?'55l15"!.J2: I . - as .,A,. if 2 - at 5:27 ' . 2 . Q -'-W - osx . 22 ef ., 'mi ..,, .. as VNWQZEW' ' 'Q' img- ' . ,,,A rziwii WL . 91. " 7 1 ' Wrfiuz cszz. SW? - ' L. A - AA., 'i -"- s . k k . . 1. 4, K. 1 . .wil Xi-Egg W! 4 'T Nl. t Q' il 1,1 " Le ast:-sswsrszgg ' 'iii fg3g1g.gs,.gfis:sf: - .,, , . c I V -,. -we r- . P .z::i. .. 1... .2,:., N 1 gf r .1 , ., V are-Y .1 f...,.f.sa. iggfr,-fi: Y t -.. iii - 55-LF if eeerqgw-11:51 I, E-5 'S-:Fi - ri M.. 35323 V1.1 5 : ' E -165-45:5 J " 'I .,.. ,.., L--wif. . . - . W lg ' Wil lfiigfiil CATHREN FRANCES COLZ 2400 Shattuck Rd. Pop, Tri-M Clubs: Choir. ROBERT GORASHKO 517 Maple Adv. Vice-Pres.: Football, Track. J U DITH IRENE GORSUCH 2258 Knight LARRY RALPH GOSEN E113 N. Oakley Adv. Sec.: Bowling Club. JAMES ANDREW GOSSETT 4860 Indian Trail Bowling Spanish Clubs: Football. JOYCE LOUISE GRAFT 1806 Mackinaw PTA Ch., Pep Club Rep.: Pep Club, Band Bounce, Christmas Pag., Debate: Swimmers Aid. LEROY W. GRAHAM Freeland No. 3 FFA, Rifle Clubs. ROBERT LORD GRANT 144 Trier Adv. Pres., Vice-Pres.: Hi- Y Club: Football Letter- winner, Tennis Letterwin- ner. JAMES MASON GRASHAW 620 Ames Seals Sales Ch.: Bowling Club, Band: Basketball Letterwinner. NANCY JEANETTE GRAVES 2936 Hanchett Co-op, Geography Clubs. JACQUELINE MAE GREEN 59 David Dr. Red Cross Ch., Pep Club Rep.: Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag., Girls' Chorus: Volleyball. JAMES L. GREEN 414 S. Bates Pep Club Rep.: Pep,.Rifle Clubs: Swimming Letter- winner. ROBERT WALTER GRENNELL 2809 Mackinaw Biology and Natural Sci- ence Club: Tennis Letter- winner. GLORIA JEAN GROMEK 1490 Wilson Adv. Treas., Sec., Pep Club Rep.: Arts-Dramat- irs. Latin, Y-Teens Clubs: Christmas Pag. KENNETH GROUT 2234 N. Clinton Adv. Vice-Pres., Sec., Soph Party Com.: FFA Club: Class Ch.: Baseball, Foot- ball. JOHN MICHAEL GRUNDAS 927 N. Granger Interest: Outdoor Sports. HARALD V. GUDRAIS 420 S. Harrison Industrial Arts Award. In- terest: Hunting. GARY ALLAN GUNTHER 723 N. Oakley Football. EDWARD FRANCIS GWIAZDOWSKI 3033 Carrollton Rd. Pep Club: Lost Chords, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag.: Cross Country and Track Let- terwinner. SUSAN DEE HALE 2912 Court Pep Club Rep.: Bowling, Latin, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs: News. BETTY ANN HALES 2215 Stark Club Hillite Rep., Seals Sales Ch.: FTA, Miracle Book Clubs: Band, Band Bounce, Drum Majorette. JANET LOU HALES 710 St. Andrews Rd. Pep Club, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag., Comm. Pag. EVELYN MARIE HALL 1931 Brockway Adv. Treas., Red Cross Ch., Pep Club Rep.: FTA. Latin, Pep, Spanish Clubs. JAMES BURR HALL 1800 Brenner Bowling, Rifle Clubs: Swimming, Track: Art Award. MARJORIE ANN HALL 1609 N. Madison Adv. Pres., PTA Chair- man, FHA, Miracle Book Clubs: Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag. MARY K. HALL 2216 Mershon FNA, Miracle Book, Pep, Tri-M Clubs: Band, Band Bounce. LYNNE CARROLL HANNEMAN 2030 Marquette Club Hillite Rep.: Usher. MICHAEL DUANE HANSON FFA Club: Cross Country: Interest: Hunting. . .Q . -I-wr 2:. -:- K V L Ziff .r za? 1 Sl 1IS?Ii:?lI' II-.f.- .si .-A .::. - s e :Qs . gf-f ' :- ri J! re L .ff t xi 1 ,',',c,l f ' , .W ,-...L 'Hi ' rf-.' A Ss all V' ,.... ,H Mi.. ' ...fit C . .:': .ima 2.3, U .... f 'wb FLW Z2i..:j,,. .. . . , Q WX. :i4Eisi2 .- f ' i If 'si E yearly-:c::r-1 W. .mr 1 X. . , . .,.. ., .... 1 - 2155. f.' A. .... , 3? . .- 575 7 "Wi - g is :sm 5' .. , 25:51.11-v 'fig - at 'xx V 3 K . sc W l' F 4 E ,Qs il x fr Q 1 li d . gf:-.. ' ' 12 fi ys I Q ex Q Y' A r xx W 1 X ':' SML. ..., . .... Y f l X i GERALD HARDING 1803 Salt Bowling Clubg Bandg In. terest: Racing. MARY ANN R. HARDT 4 Congress Ct. D 5Danish Club: Class Chair- man. LOUIS HOIVARD HARRELL 118 Tremont Soph. Party Com., Club Hillite Rep., Pep Club Rep.3 JETS and Math Vice-Pres., Latin Clubsg Golf. LUCILLE MARIE HARRIS 404 Wellington Band Bounce, Christmas Pag., Comm. Pag., Girls' Chorus. RICHARD DUANE HARRIS 6260 N. Michigan Interest: Water Sports. MARILYN G. HART H85 Lathrup Adv. Pres., Red Cross Pres., FTA Sec., Spanish Vice-Pres.: Cabinet Sec., Cheerleader Capt., Home- coming Queen. THOMAS JOSEPH HARVEY 1737 Green Basketball Letterwinncr, Football Letterwinner, Track Letterwinner. BONNIE MAE HAUMAN 1170 Midland Rd. Bowling, Pep Clubs: Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag., Comm. Pag., Girls' Chorus. PATRICIA E. HAZEN 4190 Baker Rd. Arts-Dramatics, Latin, Y- Teens Clubsg Band Bounce, Christmas Pag., Drum Ma- jorette. DELORES A. HEAD 304 Maple, Carrollton Co-op Trczts., FHA Clubs. JILL KAREN HEGENAUER 2265 N. Center Rd. Adv. Pres., Sec., Pep Club Rep.g. FNA, Pep Clubs: Band Bounce, Class Chair- man. GARY WAYNE HELMKAMP 2152 Passolt Adv. Treas., Sec.g Bowl- ing, Hi-Y, Latin, Cross Country, Track Letterwin- ner. JOHN FREDERICK HELPAI' 251 Trier Adv. Pres., Vice-Pres.. Club Hillite Rep.g Band Bounceg Football Letter- winner, Swimmers Aid. MURRAY LORAN HENDRICK 2327 N. Fayette Advisory President. GERALD LEE HENDRICKS 6101 Garfield Rd. Freeland Interests: Coin and Gun Collecting. SANDRA JEAN HENNING 2409 Linda Adv. Sec., PTA Ch., Red Cross Ch., PCP Club REP-S Latin, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs. The railing outside the school IS a familiar meeting place for many students after school. e Sue Bublitz Phyllis Collier and Saundra Alexander talk over plans for the weekend. mf ma: i :fz mi, If Ag. Sharon Durham and Larr f . egq.,-353. ya, ln. isa' fl ti GWB! . tl Y Leddv are "giving things a whirl" at one of our school dances. p"7' " I A i q 5 - 2 A , 2 .Elway V' f as ,gy Rajiv. is 5 gr: I 1 5 715 EH I .1 I . . . 1. Y x tw fi - 'is-SSISI-flux is ii A s X .tt 'C x 3 . R 5' s f . , 'Nj . 53? 2:5 . .g . t33gga,3t3.3 es:-1" Q fa's, .g-" flfgxiffff Q ... ROY WILLIAM HERITIER 1802 Lewis Geography, Rifle Clubs: Interest: Photography. LINDA JEAN HICKS 215 N. 3rd Adi. Treas.: Arts-Dramab ics, French, Miracle Book, Pep Clubs. LARRY HENRY HILBRANDT 2647 Schaefer Geography Club. Interest: Building. DAVID RICHARD HILL 2020 Durand Miracle Book Club, Inter- est: Music MARTIN DAVID HILL 149 S. Charles Radio Club, Interest: Ham Radio. HERBERT F. HINDS I22 S. Andre Adv. Pres., Vice-Pres., Basketball, Football, Ten- nis, Track. NANCY CAROL HODCINS 223 N. River Rd. Co-op, Latin, Pep Club Rep. Clubs, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag., Li- brarian. KENNETH STUART HOGG III 221 Oakley CONSTANCE M. HOHN 30 Benton Rd. Adv. Treas., Arts-Dramat- ics, Pep, Spanish, Y-Teens Clubs, Christmas Pag., Usher. CARL HOLSTED 5230 N. Center Rd. Interest: Reading. RONALD MARTIN HOLUBIK 8520 Carter, Freeland Comm. Pag., Cross Coun- ITV. BARBARA HOLZHAUER 4729 Swartliout Dr. Arts-Dramatics, German Clubsg Christmas Pag., News, Exchange Student from Germany. ELIZABETH SHIRLEY HOOK 20 Benton Rd. Pep Club Rep.: Basket- ball, Volleyball, Baseball Letterwinner. DONALD KENNETH HOVER, JR. 2313 S. Michigan Adv. Treas., Club Hillite Rep., Pep Club Rep., Hi- Y, Latin, Pep Clubsg Cherleader. KAY ALICE HOWLAND 4645 Sherman Rd. Adv. Sec., PTA Ch., Red Cross Ch., Pep Club Rep.: Co-op, Pep Clubsg Red Cross Volunteer. WILLIAM RICHARD HOWSON, JR. 20 Corral Dr. W. Adv. Vice-Pres., Treas.g Sem. Play: Golf. ., ff . ,, . - gg aj tfslv' .E '- ':- H'-, In N, K 595 i I .Y . ,aw fa M Kais er . i Q. ll I . 1. "iq...,x Q ELT mg it 5' - QQ' is s f:: :s-:- -'Eg -rf. , 42 3:1 X ,., . ... M .- 'l ""' ax . 453 . WEE 'Y' 2 11.122 ' qw:-A Maxi W 133575 N5vX'MA"7 wx Vi' se 572-1-if ,,,. ,W was 3- . ., zwkgiizraiqr 7 if W r, '.,.,aM . A - . T : If 'ic :wil . . tsfuplifziwiffff 7' ' :' 2353552533 .-T . "H . 'Qlgzztit Qiwfa it X95 , , as --232: '-' i fipfiifir ' ' -'-- 5 f ' oss we 1422 V V. .,. .. 17, wma.. U 5 gtiyf, , -. .,..s f- C, VK .Q in 1 A. Ls I , .:,,., . .. , ' KW' 2:1-H, J '. Q.. ' 4 :E .,., A - : -g,. , Weis ' if DONALD LEE HUBBARD 1917 Mackinaw Interest: Cars. JACQUELINE GAIL HUMPHREY 50 Ardmore Pl. Adv. Pres.: Alchemists Pres., Arts-Dramatics, Pep Clubs: Band Bounce. Cheerleader, Queen's Ct. LARRY H. HUNT 2107 Ring Biology and Natural Sci- ence Club. AGNES C. HUSEN 10015 Maple Rd. Birch Run Miracle Book Club, Inter- est: Vocal Music. MARCIA MARIAN HUTCHISON 4908 McCarty Rd. FHA, Pep Clubs, Band Bounce, Christmas Pag., Girls' Chorus. ROBERT S. HYSLOP 2008 Harry Adv. Pres.: JETS and Math Club, Swimming Team Mgr., Natl. Merit Finalist. JANET LOUISE INMAN 1707 Mershon Adv. Pres., Treas., Club Vice-Pres.: Bounce, Big 14, Student Cabinet, leader, Queen's Court. JEAN IZZO Arts- DAVID LYNN 6515 Pierce Pep Club, Comm. ELIZABETH AUDREY SONJA JOHNSON 2917 Wynes Seals Sales Chairman, Lat- in Program Chairman. MARY EILEEN JOHNSTON 19 Mary Jane Ct. Adv. Vice-Pres., Soph. Par- ty Com., Arts-Dramatics, Latin, Y-Teens Clubs, Band Bounce, Choir. WILLIAM DENNIS JONES 3835 N. River Rd. GALE PATRICK JORDAN 7395 Gleaner French Clubg Comm. Pag- cant. TERRENCE SCOTT KAISER 1806 Brenner Bowling, JETS and Math, Radio Clubs. CHARLENE MAE KAMENAR 2219 S. Michigan Co-op Club, Commercial Award. LOIS ANN KARLS 20 Hammond Rd. Adv. Treas., Sec., Alchem- ists, FTA, JETS, Miracle Book Clubs: Band Bounce. KENNETH GEORGE KAUFMAN 7150 Hart Rd. Interest: Fishing. JOSEPH E KECK PCP Pep Arts-Dra- matlcs, Latin, Y- Cllll-18: eens Christmas JANE KEELER JUDITH ANN Volunteer, In- KEMERER Harrison Geography JARRARD Ch . 512 s. Bond mtmas FHA, Latin, Qcfoss V01-5 Band Bounce, me ' Pag., Comm. Pag., Chorus. ' KENDALL SANDRA LEE JEWELL 1826 Barnard Red Cross Ch., Pep Clut Rep.g Homemaking Host- ess, Basketball Letterwin- ner. Bounce. LOUISE Pep . S, GORDON W. JEWETT Clubs: Band Bounce, Big 3029 Malden Pl. Bowling, Geography Clubs. 14, Cheerleader, Senior ostess. f . uv ., , ,Z . :g55,',:...,,i I ' 7 ', f,rf5 X :fii sir' ...... ' 3 . mm., . Wsmi - . . gsm, X sg .R sz ,g ,. ..,.... t,,w.,. ... , 5 2 .aff , - iw? . at ef vez: ,. . ' ., 515 x x it F , alt s sy ,,s.1gsi:s1'15:t2':zs25g1ete:sgggqt sill :Eur-.1171 's is . .Q A. , V L 7922222 YW fiffsiefiae- 5 ' Wnfiif A 232257 K it . ' 5 7 Sb I we , t is M gs ,, , Illia s ek. '- at 5: .v-. so . ,,.., f, lj! . .S I . Wilma- f. V- 3 I ... , ,L -2: ELIZABETH NOURINE KERR 903 N. Bond PTA Ch., Seals Sales Ch., Pep Club Rep., FTA, Spanish Clubs, Class Ch., Art Award. ROSALIE ANNE KING I Benton Rd. Adv. Vice-Pres., Alchema ists, French Vice-Pres. and Treas., Latin Pres. Clubs, Band Bounce, Declama- tion, Sr. Hostess, SALLY ANN KINGHAM 3405 Mackinaw Pep Club Rep., Pep, Y- Teens Clubs, Class Chair- man. GEORGE W. KIPFMILLER 6880 N. Center Rd. Biology and Natural Sci- ence and Rifle Clubs. BARBARA LOUISE KIRKEY 4188 Joslin WILLIAM KIRKEY 4188 Joslin Interest: Woodworking. ANN MARIE KIRKPATRICK 1312 Pleasant Pep Club, Class Chairman. JUDITH ANN KLEINFELDER 1625 Stanley Pep, Y-Teens Clubs. LORRAINE AGNES KLENK 1571 E. Bay City Rd. Co-op, Rifle Clubs, Bas- ketball, Volleyball. DEANNA KAY KLINE 709 Ames Bowling, FHA, Y-Teens Clubs, Girls' Chorus, Bas- ketball, Volleyball. LYLE EDWIN KLOHA R.R. No. I, Freeland ROBERT JAMES KOCHALKA 2594 S. River Rd. CAROL ANN KOESTER 7215 Dutch Rd. DONN R. KOLBE 526 Liberty Basketball, Football, Swim- ming, Track. WILLIAM D. KOLLETH 1737 Burnham Adv. Pres., Hi-Y, Class Ch., Baseball and Football Letterwinner. JO ANN LOUISE KONESKO 301 N. Bates PTA Ch., Bowling, Co-op, FHA Clubs. BARBARA KAY KOWALSKI 1912 Mershon Adv. Treas., Sec., PTA Ch., Latin, Miracle Book, Pep Clubs, Class Chair- man. LORA JANE KRAPOHL 1268 Glendale Seals Sales Ch., German, Latin Clubs. KAREN LEE KRAUSE 1914 Lewis Adv. Vice-Pres., Pep Club Rep., Pep Club, Band, Band Bounce. CAROL LYNN KRAUSS 6575 Garfield, Freeland FHA Club, Interest: Bowl- ing. RUSSELL DUANE KRETZ 9300 Swan Creek ROBERT C. KUBIAK 3047 Jackson NORMA E. KUELSKE 7295 Swan Creek Rd. Adv. Vice-Pres., Adv. Sec. BRUCE A. KUHLMAN 1919 Gratior Interests: Sports. GARY ANDREW KUNDINGER 3116 Congress Bowling Club, Christmas Pageant, Usher. WILLIAM KUNDINGER 2125 Egerer Rd. Baseball, Interest: Hunt- ing. RICHARD JOHN KUTSCH 7950 Dutch Rd. Baseball Letterwiner, Foot- ball Letterwinner. SIDNEY F. LABRAKE 2326 Benjamin Band, Band Bounce, Foot- ball. , as , SAZYQRTPP' 1 P ,Af 'fs' ., ss Xi I 1 Z sf Q s A ,siygy U 5 I ..3,,Q.L, .gg ., . W 3 xi - wr "Q s . w32"ii . .- X Q ..., .I ,,,, 5 w -1... Ravi. 2 .31 Hg . I .,,,.,.,,-, 5 -... ,El ..,. -W' i' G-Siiiii is sw. ..: W' " 1112, 1 - M my f ESQ: . 1 W , ,i z - 1 S 2 .1 2': 1- J . ,,,. 1 1 . 1 3 Wink, 5 3 X 5 'Q Q' Q. '. tvziiifif- . . - xl JACK 13. LADOUCE WAYNE LAFAYETTE 4685 N. Michigan Swimming: Interest: Guns. , - ' i ifigiflf ffyfelygfi .. U T f' f Wav: "r'l?"' "V ' ' I 3 514 Huber '?if,9gf.f ff I H FFA Club. - ., ' .,-. 5 1, . ,,,, I ' . .,.. ' fl 1 Ti . Al f 52.1, .231-'lag 9' "N tl .13 gi ... - -. .. at ..: ,. gf 22 lg if 9' as ii :fissi- ri .el if JAMES LA GROW 1510 Maple Interest: Sports. RONALD E. LA GROW 1315 Cooper Interest: Hunting-Fishing. DAVID PAUL LAIL 1690 Sauk Lane FFA Club: Football. ROBERT W. LANG 5725 Bay Adv. Pres., Club Hillite Rep.: Arts-Dramatics, Pep Clubs: Band Bounce: Foot- ball and Track Letterwin- ner. JOANN LANGLEY 7320 W. Freeland Adv. Sec., Pep Club Rep., FNA, Pep Clubs. HAROLD GEORGE LARKIN 709 Granger Basketball: Interest: Hunt- ing. CAROL LYNN LARSON 1727 Lathrup Pep Club Rep.: French, Tri-M, Y-Teens, Band, Choir, Orchestra. LARRY ALLEN LAUFMAN 2880 N. River Rd. Interest: Art. NANCY LEE LAUR 9870 N. Gleaner Rd. Pep Club. JILL MARTE LAURENZ 2714 Benjamin Club Hililte Rep., Pep Club Rep.: FTA, Y-Teens Clubs: Band, Bounce, Choir, Volleyball Letter- winner. NANCY JANE LAURIA 1443 N. Clinton Pep Club. ' JACQUELINE P. LAVIOLETTE 1409 King Pep Club: Interest: Sew- ing. JAMES HERBERT LEAMAN 1015 Mackinaw Adv. Treas.: FFA, Pep Clubs: Swimming Letter- winner. LARRY WILBUR LEDDY 1551 Greenwich Adv. Pres., Vice-Pres.: Hi- Y Pres.: Basketball and Football Letterwinner. ELIZABETH ANN LEESCH 115 Garden Lane Adv, Treas., Sec., Club Hillite Rep.: FNA, Latin, Pep, Quill-Scroll Clubs: News. CHARLENE K, LELAND 321 5. Granger Pep Club Rep.: FNA, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs. PAUL ALBERT LEMKE 1516 N. Oakley Co-op, Radio Rifle Clubs. TIMOTHY HAROLD LENTNER 2132 McEwan Adv. Vice-Pres., Pep Club Rep.: Pep Club, Assembly Ch., Band, Bound Bounce, Dance Orch. Leader. JOHN ALBERT LESER 1015 Ames Interest: Model Cars. ROBERT LESER 1015 Ames Co-op, Geography Clubs: Football. BUDDY F. LEVI 2253 Salt Interest: Motorcycle. BARBARA LYNNE LEWIS 5570 N. River Rd. Pep Club Rep.: French, Miracle Book, Pep Clubs. CHARLES B. LIGHT 1624 N. Clinton Geography, Pep Clubs: Band Bounce, Boys' Choir, Projection Service, Stage Crew, Swimming Letter- winner. GEOFFREY DAVID LIST 4643 Ironwood Pep Club Rep.: Hi-Y, Pep Clubs: Class Chairman: Football, Basketball Mgr., Letterwinner. JOHN JAMES LITTLE 1561 Sauk Lane Adv. Pres., Club Hillite Rep., Seals Sales Ch.: Hi-Y Clubs: Basketball, Track, Football Letterwin- HCT. LEROY F. LITTLE 7165 Swan Creek Rd. Adv. Vice-Pres.: Bowling Club: Golf. , .... r 2 5 x ' my W 5 s 1 F f W 7 wsz, . L Ra 1.55.5-11:11 '4 fl '?5li?1?k, E :arf .2g.,.: sg , we :- Mi ll ,... 1 ,,, . A .22 up ai. I I -A .s :P Q ' Fl' u .ri 2. f :W - :af ga :aces H 'Mis QF e I ,' S . 1 2:34:53 f mi gi?g'g3gSj1f': :::,tff:4::im. 1 siwiel . .. if' 1212255 - - -f ' . E. s 1 5 2 f 1 1 i 5 5 f mg.: , K' . Kuff . - -1:1 if V 4 . Eeffffifi i " . if 'F' - . R -s, ...fy s. - new ., . , ,.,, I Q' f fc A f ' A ... ,. , ' .g::N M i' M: A Sn: . .. :z .riff .f - . 374 f ,. ' fp- .,.. -U . '7 Y?-F2555 f fgif as 1 1 A gmt. . . .,.. Z ' :AQ ' sf M6255 I - Wsiiiw rffpfze 2 was Jas 1 wr ' Q 2 ,ai f 4 riigxi . .go Q , ,,,. 345131: ..:I'.j , 3 35532, . .Em-:ff , . Q . .f5.::55E, 2 ' -31 12552335 Q - ig, Q g, . . . .N .za -. . . . . .. -V H f....+-df: . -I. '- . , ff-'41 RC:- ri 3,55 4-.,w.., fr. af "1-if '4 ska f , 4 ..... . , . V in MM imgfrgffegx .. .kk p . ...A , e Fa I I 2 1 f',, I I 5: A.4Q ' -' 3 RE' VU' ' 1,.', ' TQ? ,.b. f - 5 ' 28 6 E522 H' Q.. ' .gjf Ex - ' : M g., iw A , 1 . , 'ss JL PATRICIA A. LODGE 1416 Laurel Adv. Vice-Pres., FNA, Lat- in, and Pep Clubs. PENNY MARIE LOEBLEIN 921 Malzahn Adv. Pres., Arts-Dramatics, French, Latin, and Pep Clubs, Christmas Pag., Class Ch. DONALD B. LORD 221 S. Carolina Adv. Vice'Pres., Soph. Par- ty Com., Club Hillite Rep., Pep Club Rep., I-Ii-Y Club, Tennis Letterwin- ner. FRANK ALLEN LUTER 8710 Webster Rd. Miracle Book Club, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag., Comm. Pag. BARBARA JEAN MACK 219 Goetz Alchemists, Pep Club Rep., QTxill-Scroll, Y-Teens Clubs, Legenda Art Ed., junior Journalism Award. WAYNE ALLEN MACOMBER 1436 N. Madison Band Bounce, Boys' Choir, Christmas Pag., Comm. Pag. PAMELA LEE MACRAE 1702 Court Soph. Party Com., Artsa Dramatics, FTA, Latin Cice-Pres., Quill - Scroll Clubs, Christmas Pag., Le- genda Special Events Ed. MARY ELLEN MAHAR 131 Graham Pep Club Rep., Latin, Spanish, Y-Teens Clubs. SHIRLEY MAIER 925 N. Woodbridge Pep Club Rep., Bowling, Co-op, FHA, and Spanish Clubs. LINDA LOU MAIN 3835 Jefferson Co-op, Miracle Book, Pep Clubs, Band Bounce, Christmas Pag., Comm. Pag., Girls' Choir. PATRICIA L. MAJESKI 1926 Durand Co-op, FHA, Geography, Pep Clubs, Basketball, Volleyball. CARL RICHARD MALZAHN 1610 Van Buren PTA Ch., Red Cro Pep Club Rep. ss Ch., CARMEN R. MANCHESTER 3022 Brockton Pl. Miracle Book, Riile Clubs, Band Bounce, Christmas Pag., Girls' Choir, Librar- ian. SUE ANN MARSEILLE 1003 Ash Co-op, Latin, Pep Clubs. GORDON R. MARSHAL 2325 Deindorfer Interest: Woodworking. LARRY EDWARD MASKER 23 Mary jane Ct. Adv. Treas., Nat'l Sci., B0wl'g, Hi-Y, Rille Clubs, Football 84 Track Letter- winner. JOAN K. MARTIN 1262 Wilson Ave. Adv. Sec., Red Cross Ch., Co-op. Pep, and Y-Teens Clubs, Red Cross Vol. SCOTT RUSSELL MATTHEWS 1621 Lathrup Radio Club: Comm. Pag., Sem. Play, Football. CHARLES H. MAUL 1718 Vermont Rifle Club, Interest: Guns. JAMES MAUL 614 Wheeler MARCIA H. MAYNE 1585 Glendale Pep, Spanish, Y-Teens, Clubs, Band Bounce, Christmas Pag., Red Cross Volunteer. SAMUEL D. MAZZOLA 521 N. Charles Pep Club Rep., Class Ch., Swimming, Track. MARGARETTE E. MCCALLISTER 2031 Holcomb FHA, FNA Sec.-Treas., Latin, Red Cross Volun- teer. SHARON NONA McCOMB 3345 Court Adv. Pres., Club Hillite Rep., Pep Club, Declama- tion, News, Usher. JANET SPENCER McDONALD 1022 N. Bond Adv. Treas., Red Cross Ch., FNA, Tri-M Clubs, Band, Band Bounce, Choir. DIANE KAY McDOWELL 4765 Henry Dr. Adv. Treas., Red Cross Ch., Arts-Dramatics, FTA, Y-Teens Clubs. CATHERINE MCFARLAND 129 S. Woodbridge Adv. Pres., Red Cross Ch.. Pep Club Rep., Natural Science, JETS, Math, Lat- in Clubs. MICHAEL THOMAS MCFARLAND 2240 Taft Interest: Hunting. .. 5 . ..... Q In . ffflmfl 1 :gc ,-'- ws :. Te I H I -. ..... ' .si .,., , .n .Xb A L N W i . 3, L ....,....... , Q., .,,, c 2 x -,f :I 'X Ef'E:F - S4 ' , .,., M . IZZI Q, .Z M i:, I ,. s s. e . L .. .... - - i s . ,,,.... , . . ' jg f-- " at 9 I f ' A . ..,, . . 1, K . . ' 1 1 5 s V 2 any 5 " Q FR.. . , - .Mgw 4 W., W . ., , My x I - .. ,. 'hw ,K A . ss. if ,Qi 1 at Q s.",,+,g.2, 555 .1 2 my Lug pggswirf. . ,E ,xi W Q wtf at' info SSQZEETSJ U aww . -vac - W- ., azz., X 22 J., s . .. .f , saga. ,veg Isis - , .K 4 2 A . 1' ag in 2 Elf. ,Qi Q if . . , -aw Jim Sorenson and Bob Wallace, their "break" to have refreshments a THOMAS C. MCKENZIE 5160 Swan Creek Football: Interest: Hunt- ing. ,IANICE LOU MCLEOD 2502 Stobbe Adv. Treas.: FTA, Span- ish Clubs: Band Bounce Class Ch., Senior Hostess: Declamalion. SHERMAN P. NKMAHON 613 Andre XY.-XYNE R. NICMAHON 2126 N. Ames Interest: Xtboclworking. DAVID CHARLES NIcMATH 1759 Ring JUDITH ANN McNICOLL 3100 Court Adv. Vice-Pres.: Interests: Swimming, Tennis. NVILLIAM RICHARD MEAD 5230 Swan Creek Rd. FFA Vice-Pres., Rilie. MARILYNN JEAN MEADE 1919 Ames Adv. Sec.: FNA and Tri- M Clubs. GERDA HERTA MEHLTRETTER 1717 Court Interests: Swimming, Ten- nis, Skating. FRANCIS LEO NIERLONE 319 Ann St. Pep: Cross Country, Track. LAWRENCE CHARLES METIVA 635 XV. Bush Adv. Treas.-Sec.: Band Bounce, Boys' Choir, Christmas Pag.: Baseball. JOHN ALLEN MEYER 2719 Congress Bowling Club: Track. KATHRYN ANN NIICHAELS 1310 Avalon Club Hillite Rep., Pep Club Rep.: Arts-Dramatics. Latin, Pep Clubs: Christ- mas Pag.: Art Award. SALLY LOU MICKEY 3420 McCarty Rd. Co-op, FHA, Miracle Book, Y-Teens Clubs. MARILYN DIANE MIKAN 426 N. Michigan Adv. Treas., Club Hillitc Rep., Pep Club Rep.: Rifle Club: Debate, Red Cross Volunteer, Usher. FRANK W. MIKLOSVIC 3635 Monroe Interests: Hunting, Fish- ing. members of the school dance band, take advantage of nd fun. 3 . if 'B' 525.95357 f:f Kl?i?ii3. . ap, Fa Q? . f z 1 Q' Nix? a If if ,VL " 1 ,4 A.: -.., , , .RJR .. . 3' 1. .. , 1 ' I , Y :iz 1' 21? i' W,iw.seg-e,.w.ew-Q'-a ,- - 0 1 " - ii:f2i?:z ' fl' 4 '7-Zilla 15.351 f ' -if ' j fa -1 at .Y - ,g aggf nag' 2 v . , sa fes V--.L-wk .- Brenda Behm, Sally Kingham, Joanne Teboe, and jackie Humphrey are the roll takers in zth hour library in the cafeteria. 1 ,P . is w It ' 4 Qs Y af . -. it ' J I y e ye eil J - A Q., .. Q. B an .- Que! 5 . nk' 'Ji' f . . A .. ., , . ,2.E . ,M s if 1 ..:,,,- .-,.:. . a.....m 9 at I 'I aa.. . 1 1 ggemrf. ,. 11. H. laswwaf z ., saswzitwe . ' .ef1?, I-1-saw.. ROBERT ALEXANDER MILES 814 Maple St. Natural Science, JETS, Math, Pep, Rille Clubsg Team Manager. BARBARA ANN MILLER 608 N. Bates PNA, Pep Clubs: Basket- ball. RACHEL LEE MILLER 303 Saginaw Adv. Sec.-Treas.g Geogra- phy Clubg Art Award. WILLIAM EDWARD MILLER 2307 Court Hi-Y Clubg Baseball. RONALD WILLIAM MINARD 2202 N. Charles Adv. Vice-Pres.g Pep Club. VELMA MINNIS 819 Lynn PEGGY ANNE MINOR 424 Yvright Pep Club Rep.: Co-op, Pep Clubs. BRUCE CURTIS MONSON 1219 Lathrup JETS, Math Clubs. CONSTANCE LEE MOORE 512 S. Jefferson Pep, Y-Teens Clubs. JOHN ALLAN MOREAU 1916 Stone Band Bounceg Interests: Automotiles. GUY MAURICE MORETTI 1814 N. Oakley Adv. Pres. PTA Chi.g Pep Club Rep.g FTA, Baseball, Football. VINCENT GEORGE MOSCA 3208 Court Adv. Vice-Pres.: Bowling, Band Band Bounce: Base- ball and Football Letter- winner. BRENT ALLEN MUEHLENBECK 4300 State Bowling Pres.3 Class Ch. WILLIAM JOHN MUEI-ILEN BECK 4300 State Adv. Vice-Pres,g Bowling. Hi-Y Clubsg Class Ch.g Swimming. DENNIS ALAN MUIRHEAD 6035 Swan Creek Rd. Bowlingg Class Ch.g Track. MARTHA SUE MUNCK 4729 Swarthout Dr. Pep Club Rep.3 Arts-Di'1i- matics, German Pres.. Quill - Scrollg Christmas Pag,, News Editorinchief, DAR. gf., . ' 8 .J it X ,. .. . . a - 'W fr f if W, if 3- is s. . l .N , Q 5: I A 'af A VM . 'P+ 'F' W 'S J 1 i -fi ss. 'ie if J 1 4' t S5 1 4 1 Ir " ' ' .iii ,, .. . v. T iw ,egg ., as 1 4 Lf .1 . ...,.. s I ,K Evwgsf ' vs 1 EW 'mfs .:.:-.::-- ,gf , 55 Q- " G 4 :Jam Q5 ,QA 111 f i 2 S in s, 1 X Ks, -if ' . if 4-. 5 Q .FW l 55 tt? if c r .V -. ' , 1 s X .,,: i t EDWARD ROY MUNGER 4675 N. River Rd. Interest: Farming. REBECCA MUNOZ 1610 O'Connor Rd. Co-0 ' Librarian, News, P- Basketball, Volleyball. GAIL FRANCES MURPHY 119 Reynick PTA Ch' S anish Tri M' -a P Y ' Clubs: Band, Band Bounce, Comm. Pag. NANCY LEE NEEDHAM 815 S. Andre Adv. Pres.: Arts-Dramatics, Pep Sec. Clubs: Assembly Ch., Debate, Oratory, Queen's Court. MARGARET WILHELMINA NEHLS 1725 Bay Red Cross Ch.: Arts-Drz1- matics, FTA Historian, German Clubs: Band Bounce, Christmas Pag., Usher. FREDERICK CHARLES NEHMER Route No. 5 Adv. Vice-Pres.: FFA, Pep Clubs: Class Ch. SANDRA BLUE NELSON 1720 Division Arts-Dramatics, Pep Clubs: Christmas Pag., News. SUE ANN NELSON 922 Davenport Red Cross Ch.: FNA, Lat- in, Pep Clubs: Red Cross Volunteer, Usher. PATRICIA ANN NEWTON 1836 Arthur Co-op: Interests: Sports and Swimming. RICHARD ALLEN NEYMEIYER 1442 Marquette Football Letterwinner: In- terest: Cars. CAROL ANN NIEDERQUELL 1522 Division C0-op, Geography Clubs: Orchestra, Student Asst. Office CHARLES JOHN NIEDERSTADT 1021 Congress Adv. Treas.: PTA Ch.: Bowl'g, Rifle Clubs, Class Ch., Swimming. PAUL DOUGLAS NIEMAN 1628 Gilbert Pep Club, Service Club, Swimming Letterwinner. JAMES MATI-IEW NOWAK 3172 Church Interests: Woodworking, Metal Work. IRVING TIMOTHY O'BRIEN 307 Clark JUDITH ANNE OGLESTONE 4020 Alvin Bowling, Tri-M Clubs: Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag., News, Jr. Prom Rep. JUDITH KAY OLSON 4020 Alvin Bowling, Tri-M Clubs: Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag., Comm. Pag., News. CLARENCE WARREN OLSON 2850 Hospital Rd. Pep Club Rep., Bowling Clubs. DONALD FREDERICK OLTZ, JR. 2910 Wynes Arts - Dramatics, JETS, Math Clubs: Christmas Pag., News, Sem. Play. MURIEL RUTH OMNESS 115 N. Bond Co-op: Interest: Roller Skating. PAUL OSTERBECK 915 S. Harrison Adv. Pres., Adv. Sec.- Treats.: Crucibles, JETS, Math Treas., Pep Clubs: Baseball Letterwinner. SUE ANNE OTTO Soph. Party Com.: FTA, Spanish Clubs: Band Bounce, Class Ch., Major- ette, Red Cross Volunteer. KAY JUNE OWEN 4084 N. Michigan Co-op, Pep Clubs: Librar- ian. SUSAN ELIZABETH PAINE 1934 N. Madison PTA Ch., FNA, Latin, Pep Clubs. JOYCE M. PARKER 2522 Deindeefer PTA Ch,, Red Cross Ch., Choir, Christmas Pag., Li- brarian, Service Club, Li- brary Award. RONALD L. PARKER 103 S. Bond Interest: Radio. WILLIAM H. PARKER 115 Gratiot Ct. French, Pep, Tri-M Clubs: Band, Band Bounce, Dance Band. CAROL ANN PARKS 922 Monroe FHA, Pep Tri-M Clubs: Band Bounce, Christmas Pag., Class Ch., News. 1' 'WL WZ.. is? 7' sas. ,-, X ,M .X .2 X gifs? , if W1 A V -A 1 ' A 'Zi fzg. 1: Q -.A 1553233 ...i Y if JI? -'max Qi' My :V-ff M -"fI!5'i5Jfi'W if 1 ' . 9 1' F' 1 ,.. 16 4, , I J '-9'z13'5fl sv ig ga. M. in -as -wr ?-ree If ' ...st sed' 12 .22251 ii., 5 . Y? " sli t -. Q . .. ,X , . if 'ssh at .uw 1' -is 4 f . game fm-izttwsgmgsigiwfw a n im,- ..:ef' 21, 15 .1 .Q f .X ....., '. I . 2 Lia. -3 had 421171, H ' 4 'K fi ' 'a-a,N.:s--is-or ' .- Ugzsyg 1, Qs-saggy: ,Q e. !??:'."T'. ' . " '. S ggiffij ygszs. . -f 1:-.Lim .. . ai . a sis -fuse? 2 W in if I ..,, - . If-,ff--:V ' . ffz f , - 7 7 als. . 1 x a ' if if 92 A ., , 1 -:mi-35:55-2 ' -I DOROTHY J. PARKS 239 Lynn Pep, Co-op, Spanish Clubs, Class Ch. SHARON LYNNE PARRISH 2324 McEwan Tri-M Club, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag,, Comm. Pag., Service Club. JUDITH ELEANOR PATE No. 4 Ruggles Rd. Adv. Pres., FHA, Latin Clubs. SANDRA K. PAWLICK 3930 N. Michigan Club Hillite Rep., German Club. PATRICIA MAE PERSONS 522 N. Oakley Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas Pag., Comm. Pag. DALE THOMAS PETERSON 613 S. Granger Interest: Swimming, Swim- ming J.V. Letterwinner. MARCIA LYNNE PFEUFFER 1911 Mackinaw Adv. Vice-Pres., Adv, Sec. Treas., Club Hillite Rep., Red Cross Ch., Pep Club Rep., French, Quill-Scroll Clubs, Legenda Jr. Ed. FRANCES RUTH PHILLIPS 2420 Adams Blvd. Club Hillite Rep., Red Cross Ch., Pep Club Rep., Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag., Drum Majorette. BARBARA JO PIECHOTTE 321 S. Alexander JUDITH ANN PIETRZAK 807 Thurman Arts-Dramatics, FTA, Mir- acle Book, Pep Clubs, Christmas Pag., Red Cross Volunteer. KENNETH E. PLATT 240 E. Washington lnterest: Model Airplanes. JUDITH KAY PLOETZ 5075 Faircrest Lane Adv. Vice-Pres., Club Hil- lite Rep., French, FTA, Latin Clubs, Christmas Pug., Senior Hostess. ARLOA ANN POELLET 312 Elm St. Co-op, FHA Clubs, News- JEAN ANNE POHLMAN 1115 Maple St. FHA Vice-President, FNA Clubs. THOMAS MANLY POHLMAN 1813 Van Buren Bowling, Geography, Pep Clubs. NOREEN JEAN POLASKE 2541 Eddy St. C0-op, Pep Clubs, PTA Chairman. LINDA LOU POPLEWSKI 1037 S. Jefferson Interests: Drawing, Writ- ing, and Baking. SHARON KAY POSEY 718 Wright Adv. Treas.-Sec., Club Hil- lite Rep., Pep Club Rep., French Pres.-Sec., Quill- Seroll, Legenda Soph. lid., Queen's Court. CONSTANCE LEE POWERS 2817 Witters Adv. Pres., PTA Ch., Pep Club Rep., FHA, FNA, Latin Clubs, Class Ch. BONNIE LEE POVVLUS 346 Second St. CARROLL LEE PRETZER 423 N. Oakley Co-op, French. MARILYN MARIE PRICE 6891 Gratiot Rd. Pep, Co-op, Geography Clubs, Librarian. MARJORIE IDA PRIES 1602 Hanchett Adv. Vice-Pres., Club Hil- lite Rep., Red Cross Ch., Pep Club Rep., Arts-Dra- matics, and Miracle Book Clubs, Band Bounce. JAMES CLIFFORD PUGH 2281 S. Michigan Football Letterwinner. BONNY JOYCE RADLEY 5120 Stroebel Co-op and Pep Clubs, Band Bounce, Choir. HOWARD LAWRENCE RADLEY 5120 Stroebel Co-op, Spanish Clubs, Christmas Pag. JAMES LAWRENCE RAE 4180 Louise Adv. Pres., Vice-Pres., Crucibles Club, Assembly Ch., Student Cabinet Pres., Baseball, Basketball. JUDITH KAY RAPPUHN 1019 Maple FTA and Pep' Clubs, Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag. , m E 'Rig r ,tx fx. fr '- 1"'f":3 3 . r ib! .... - .... . A 2 fa, 'Q- a 'b s ..,, s N, , - -. ssssisga . ' - T? E1 -1 We silk P' gstti-7, ., ' . 2 H7 v , gif' . . , . QS. All ii' E 'Q it Q " ii 2 , V We , is 'F Q 3, " ss' s., '-"f .. Liz., 11 I ii 5 .,.. zrzfsu..--w 1.1 1.2 mi f isis, .1 T . is 1 . , . i,.. .,. w QL if sk 2 ,zzg COLLEEN SUE RAYMOND 2507 Benjamin Pep Club Rep,g FTA, Miracle Book, Spanish Clubs, Band, Band Bounce, Volleyball. Swv 'M 15' NA ggi 4 "'-W n 5 if if 0 . ,IAMES FRANKLIN REED 2415 Court V Football. ,Q .. 5 A 9 in-Y 'T,.."' . f .eil 510 S Porter . ,M y W V V lli'Y, Pep, Radio, Tri-A , rf 4 I Clubsg Band Bounce, Band. DAVID BLAIR REID . . .. 1 " s. A , x f .2 ' U SVS.-KN FRANCES REIMUS 22549 N. Court Adv. Treas.-Sec., Seals Sales Ch.. Red Cross Ch.: PNA, Y-Teens Clubsg Red Cross Volunteer. CAROL ALICE REINKE 5275 Tittahawassee Interest: Ice Skating. CAROI. JEAN REITLER 1114 Michigan Co-op, PHA, Geography. K f CARoI. JOANNE 3,2 1 . RENSHAW ' . A-v- I I 5280 Kerby Pl. , 'z, Co-op Club, Interest: . .- Horseback Riding. 1 is ,,, CATHERINE DETTA 'ai' " RRNSHAW ,ff 15:40 Yvilliam FHA, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs: Band Bounce: Health Rm, ,B Att., Red Cross Volunteer. CERALIJINE ROSE REXIUS 3405 Miller Rd. Band Bounce, Christmas Pag., Comm. Pag., Girls' Chorus. PAMELA ,IANE RICHARDS 4425 Dirker Adv. Vice-Pres., PTA Ch., Soph. Party Com., Club Hillile Rep., Red Cross Ch.: I"rem'li Club: News. SANDRA ml. RICG 212 Carolina Adv. Vice-Pres., Bowling, Co-op, Pep Clubs. IANA LOU RISELEY 403 Carolina Ads. Sec., Seals Sales Ch., Pep Club Rep.: Latin Clubg Class Ch., Declama- tion. MARY M, ROBERTS 1402 Division Co-op Sec., FHA, Miracle Book, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Basketball, Volleyball, SUE ELLEN ROBERTSON 2833 Wynes Adv. Treas., Red Cross Ch., Pep Club Rep., Ifrench Club. SANDRA LEE ROBINSON 2713 Barnard Band Bounce, Choir, Christmas Pag., Comm Pag., Health Room Att. MICHAEL ALBERT ROBSON 1921 N. Madison Adv. Vice-Pres., Natural Science Clubg Choir, Christmas Pag., Comm. Pag. Checking their names on the senior graduation list is Joanne Teboe and Lanny Bauer. lg' 1 F Wm if . :Nw W m W QL sg' sr , , gg 4. 'Q 'F-1 is 2 sea? 2' av' E -Another important event for seniors is the selection of their calling cards. 1'2ll11 usreruecit is showing jackie Corey his choice. lg-ma-W - - always-.fasts . . A " ig.: '- -.z w e ti. s -Jiri 5 k-.,....... L.. , rw LAWRENCE THOMAS ROE 1928 Greenwich h Adv. Vice-Pres., Club Hil- lite Rep.g Class Ch., Dee- lamationg Tennis Letter- winner. RICHARD DONALD ROGERS 2608 Witters Soph. Party Com., Radio Club. THEODORE WILLIAM RORK 1018 Cass Soph. Party Com.: C0'0P Club, Class Ch. RAYMOND DAN ROSA 3350 Midland Rd. Bowling Club! 153565311 Letterwmner. NATIVIDAD C. ROSALES 926 N. Washington Adv. Pres., Adv. Vice- Pres.g Class Ch.: Cross Country, Track Letterwm- ner. JUDITH K. ROSENFIELD 2202 S. Harrison FTA, Pep Clubs. CAROL A. ROSSMAN 2465 Vean Co-op, Y'Teens Clubs? Class Ch. MARION M. ROSSOW Freeland FNA, Latin, Pep Clubs, Class Ch., Health Room Att. CLARICE JEAN ROTH 5849 Shattuck Rd. Co-op Club, FHA Vice- Pres., Pep, Class Ch. JAY DENNIS ROTH 1601 N. Bond Adv. Vice-Pres., Pep Club Rep., Sem. Play, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs. RONALD GARY ROTH 1022 Washburn Pl. E. Bowling, Radio Clubs, Class Ch., Red Cross Vol- unteer. BARRY WAYNE ROUSSEAU 1407 N. Clinton HENRY ALBERT ROUX 8715 Ederer Rd. FFA Treas.g Interest: Outa door Sports. CANDELARIA C. RUIZ 1905 Gilbert Co-op, Pep Clubs, Base- ball, Basketball, Volley- ball Letterwinner. WAYNE ARTHUR RUMBLES 1551 Division Adv. Pres., Club Hillite Rep., Red Cross Ch.3 Pep Club, Christmas Pag., Red Cross Volunteer, Football Letterwinner. ALFRED THEODORE RUMMEL 508 Ann Adv. Pres., Club Hillite Rep., Pep Club Rep., Hi- Y, Pep Clubs, Sem. Play, Basketball Letterwinner. g Q SJW ,A ... .f,... ., a. -2 3.44,-' ,, ...,, ee' Us ., -Q Y ,-,',3:.-..5'q-' ' . f Eiga I . at V 1,4 swat , . .- ..... . M 552 ,r.. N, f f oi -2't ' JE ,S SFA ew sw' is .., A .. 4. .. -x, ......,, I - .t ig: A- QE. ' .,2...,, . X :fx ....... QW! , Q - .-.. , gm. . 4 i -I.....,.. 5 "i 1".Zf ff Na tw H . use fx -W.. R ,. as . . W A SWK' 1 I if atisi, 1 ' 'lm w'5s'Vs is ,J-Q. ' 1 fri, 3-as ,..-ff ' 55 61 ' Q.: . 2, fm 'SP , tg. . . y:'.1,,, , h We . may f .- 6 " . 7 1 4 Q is 'Ns N53 U s 5 1 . sa - if k J i 1 . l .j-53g h ,f Q --.Z . 5 'H-1 'Nei-J f ' is . A J E I Ai 0 1 I me L .. ff awp, 1 'S iw . ? all -. X.. FREDERICK J. RUNYAN 4884 Catherine Dr. FFA, Interests: Hunting and Fishing. LARRY HENRY RUPP 261 Goetz Rifle Vice-Pres. and Pres., Football, Track, PATRICIA ANN RUPPEL 715 Vermont Co-op, FHA Clubs, Christ- mas Pag. WILLIAM ARTHUR RUPPRECHT 2130 Brenner Adv. Vice-Pres., Soph. Par- ty Com., Band, Band Bounce, Dance Band, Span- ish Award Medal. ROGER D. RUTHERFORD 2205 W. Freeland Rd. Choir. KENNETH RALPH SACKRIDER 10350 W. Tittabawassee FFA Sentinel, Rifle. SUSAN IRENE SADENWATER 2203 N. Oakley Adv. Vice-Pres., Cub Hil- lite Rep., Latin Club, Christmas Pag. ROBERT E. SADLER 1611 W. Genesse FFA Club, Football. DEANNA PEARL SALVI 1123 Williams Adv. Sec.. Pep Club Rep,: Co-op, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Christmas Pag., Red Cross Volunteer. FAY SAMSON 1812 Rigg Co-op, Y-Teens Clubs, Christmas Pag. CONCEPTION TERESA SANDOVAL 4145 Burrows Christmas Pag., Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball. KAY ANNE SNADS 2114 Durand Pep Club Rep,, Latin Club: Christmas Pag., Red Cross Volunteer. BARBARA JEAN SCHARICH 1450 Liberty Rd. Pep Club Rep., Co-op, Pep Clubs. NANCY JEAN SCHARK 1802 S. Michigan Adv. Vice-Pres., Pep Club Rep., Co-op, Band Bounce. Choir, Christmas Pag,, Comm. Pag. GERALDINE ANN SCI-IEEL 2015 Eymer Co-op, Interest: Roller Skating, CAROLE JO-ANN SCHEMM 4196 State Rd. PTA Ch., French, Quill- Scroll Sec. Clubs, Band BOUNCE, Choir, Comm. 1'aE.. News. MARY KATHERINE SCHILBELHUT 410 Joslin C0-op, Y-Teens Clubs, Class Ch., Volleyball. LUCIE ALICE SCHIRMER 4 Corral Dr, XV. Adv. Treas.-Sec., Club Hil- lite Rep., Pep Club Rep: Art-dramatics Club, Bowl- ing Pres., Latin. LLOYD HERBERT SCHMIDT 123 S. YVOodbridgc Baseball. Football Letter- runner. WALLIS GEORGE SCHMIDT 6715 Shattuck Rd. Bowling, Hi-Y, Miracle Book, Pep, Radio, Rille Clubs, Football. KAY ELAINE SCH MITTGEN 1717 Van Buren Club Hillite Rep., Pep Club Rep., Alchemists, FTA, Latin, Y-Teens Clubs, Volleyball, Basket- ball Letterwinner. JOHN ARTHUR SCHNEIDER 706 N. Webster Adv. Pres., Arts-Dramatics, Natural Science Vice-Pres., Crucibles, Hi-Y. JETS Clubs- Football Ietierwinf ner. ROBERT D SC H00 NOVER, 260 State JULIE ANN SCH ROEDER 314 Adams CUSTAV WILLIAM SCHlll.WI'l'Z 52 Benton Rd. Adv. Vice-Pres., Seals Sales Ch., Crucibles Pres., Hi-Y, Math Vice Pres., Radio Treas,, JETS Clubs. JOHN TERRENCE SCHUMACHER 1312 Adams Band Bounce, Christmas Pag., Choir: Baseball Let- terwinner. ELAINE ELEANORA SHWAN 3520 Hackett Rd. FHA! Interests: Cups and Saucers. DARRELL A. SCOTT 3315 Mackinaw Radio Club Vice'-Pres. and Pres., Football, Track. , g., Y .Q if 2 all Ma, gi v 25,5 In P 6 T e 75 r . ,fs E V Q 5 . .t rnwii , 3 M, ,s - mfg 'us- a wg A -is 1 .fi 1. if 1 1- J 2.-?'.. a urs.. Sha. V . , . is Q in I ..., .. ,, , 1 if t N W. .3 Q . .Zim his 5 .M SI' an 2 WN.-z. 21-wiii , I S 3 Q 2 S! if 12155 in 333.21 I - ,:..,,.,,, . , :ff . . -.,ss,.i.s -ess: .. sv... gg fl i f if . ":"' X ,f. . ...',,, , E ' 532. . We 1- Hsgtgtsgglgi ,lif 5 IS :gi 5- .sr fig , " - .eva -':- "4 ., fi x I . IX t - - fs. Q- WENDELL ANTHONY SCUTT 3705 Duane Hi-Y Club: Football Let- terwinner. DALE ALLEN SEELEY 5555 Stroebel Bowling, Co-op, FFA Cluhs: Class Ch.: Football. FLOYD EMIL SEIBERT Freeland Interests: Cars, Math. MARJORIE IRMA SEIBERT 4035 Alvin Co-op, Latin Clubs: Base- ball, Basketball, Volley- ball. RICHARD ALLAN SEIDE 1235 XVilson Vice-Pres., Sec. Bowling Club: Bowling Award: Baseball, Basketball, Foot- ball. ERVVIN MICHAEL SEIDEL 243 Goetz Adv. Vice-Pres.: Crucibles, JETS and Math Clubs: Football and Track Letter- winner. PHILIP SEIDEL 5270 Gratiot Adv. Sec.: JETS and Clubs: Track. UTE LOUISE ANNA SEIFERT 706 Congress Adv. Treas., Sec.: Arts- Dramatics. Quill - Scroll. Spanish Clubs: Christmas Pag.: News. PATRICIA LYNN SETTY 1705 W. Michigan Interest: Telephone Oper- SHOT. KAREN KAY SEYMORE 2955 Eddy Pres. Co-op, Pep Clubs: Comm Pag. ROLLIN H. SEYMOUR 1606 S. Granger Stage Crew: Interests: Stamp Collecting, Comm. Art. JUDITH ANN SHABLUK 2790 Hospital Rd. Adv, Red Cross Ch., Pep Club Rep.: Spanish Club: Band Bounce, Choir: Christmas Pag., Comm. Pag. JOYCE KAY SHARAR 616 S. Oakley Bowling, Geography Clubs: Band Bounce: Choir, Girls' Chorus: Christmas Pag., Spring Concert. DENNIS CARL SHIELDS 702 S. Porter AINA SILNIEKS 136 Storch Adv. Treas., Sec.: French, Latin Clubs, JOHN GERALD SIMON 1610 Adams Adv. Vice-Pres., Pep Club Rep.: Pep, Hi-Y, JETS and Math Clubs: Cross Country, Track. JEAN R. SIMPSON S02 N. Mason Adv. Red Cross Ch., Pep Club Rep.: French, Pep Clubs: Red Cross Vol. ROBERTA SUE SLATON 1616 King Co-op, Geography. Pep Clubs: Band Bounce: Choir: Christmas Pag.5 Declamation. GALE ARLENE SMITH 722 N. Porter Adv. Treas., Club Hillite Rep.: Pep Club: Red Cross Vol.: Declamation: Basket- ball, Volleyball. JEAN ANN SMITH 20 W. Hannum Blvd. Soph. Party Com.: Pep Club Rep.: Arts-Dramatics, Y-Teens: Band Bounce: Christmas Pag.: Declama- tion. JOEY EDWARD SMITH 1512 N. Charles Adv. Treas., Sec.: Soph. Party Com.: Band: Band Bounce: Comm. Pag. MICHAEL R. SMITH 1330 Malzahn Legenda: Interests: IVrit- ing, Electronics. JEANIE MARGARET SOLGATE 2117 Hanchett French Clubg Health Room Att.: Interest: Records. ROBERT GEORGE SOMMERS 1436 Glendale Ave. Interest: Cars. JAMES F. SONNENBERG 2621 I-Iermansau Co-op Club: Interest: Cars. JAMES RONALD SORENSON 2718 Witters Club I-Iillite Rep.: Sec. Tri-M Club: Band: Band Bounce: Dance Band, Or- chestra: Drum Major. SANDRA LEE SOVA 603 N. Harrison FHA Club: Interest: Bowl- ing. ELAINE ROSE SPEARS 262 Trier Vice-Pres. Co-op. Pep Club: Interest: Painting. is if - Ev , "rg, g ' ,fs f lm 6 5 s . . so is lg Jl5,.S'5f' :if a - . .Valli ...gg -ff 535' . wg . .S ', . sz '--f'-, 1 H , '.,-A . .min . b w -.,. .,.. in 11. f . .5 A, h 3 W ss. wks: : Mm Mf-'-" - sp Wires-A tweak 'aka' WMM q.4g,-M DQWN 'WWF ei.- Q was , ikmg s egg? , M s xx 'Q X is RODNLY EDMUND SPEBCE 6 Benton Rd Pep Club Rep Pep Club B1sketball Interest Sports SANDRA ANN SPLRRX 1022 Gilbert IHA Geography Baseball Interest mg Clubs Bowl CAROLYN GRACE SPICER 9455 Midland Rd Club Hxlllte Rep TTA librarian Usher CHARMAINE REC IX K STANDER 1411 Court Adv Red Cross Ch PTA Ch Arts Dramatics PTA Clubs Debate hens hem Play MARGARLT ANN STARK 2414 V Oakley Club Hilhte Rep Qc-als Sales Ch KENNETH ARTHUR STECKERT 122 'Ihroop Bowling Latin R1He Clubs Football Tratk Team Manager GARY L STENLEL 1569 Stanley, Biology, Vat Science Club, Choir, Interests Hunting, Fish mg DENNIS MARTIN b'l EWART 17 Edgewood Rd Adv Pres , Vlce Pres , Club Hillite Rep, H1 Y, Class Ch, Debate, Svum ming, JV Letterwlnner JANET MARIONI S'lIkGEL 103 Clark A x Pres Trtas ec I rench Latin Miracle Book Clubs Choir Chrlst mls Pug RALPH E SIIBGEL 445.1 State Bowling JETS and Math Clubs Christmas Pag De bate Baseball Foobtall Track JANIE5 ALLEY STO 2.180 Midland Rd Bottling Co op H1 Y Clubs Interests Hunting Tishmg ARIHUR J STREET 1003 N Webster Basketball Letterwmner Interests Hunting Basket ba PAUL FORBES STREUSSXIG 110 NI Granger Geography Rifle Clubs Boys Choir Chou' Christ mas Pag KATHLEEN MARIE STRICKER 19011 Vermont Coop Pep Clubs Inter ests Collecting Records Secretarial Work ANN STRICKLAND 29 Davis Dr Adv Vice Pres , Arts Dm matics, Treas Trench, Lat in, Y Teens Clubs, Big 14, Sr Hostess CAROL STROEBEL 2345 Ederer Dr Band Bounce, Choir, Comm Pag , Interest Skating .:.zf' 2 f 2 - s in 1. ., ,. ar- A M afrt 5 A sy , .. ..,..,, , 'L ,5 Y ' W A ' Z ...., 1 :rj ' - . , A A - f W 1 " ' ' r A F K 4 V' " , ' ig 1 . - - . I I , l . - .1 4 1 , , 'T k Qjfj,,J?'jW" ' 1 A . by , 1 V A :- ' 'A .Q J .: ' , g , T 4 Y V ii .. ':: .x .,. li, - v I A A .l . - '21-2.11 M ' Y f- J - H f l 'V ' f -1 1 if ' .5 ' 3 ' ' : ' . : ' , -. ' - :gary jpg? tw .. , , ll' + " A ' A A 1 if ' ' V 1 1 A' i3' 55' -V ...A 1 ar f f ' ' ifil gf ' ' ' 1 3 'L ' t- A g I 1 'A I A' f A - , 1 - Seniors rate college as one of their main goals. Miss Peterson helps Roxanne Bloomfield Betty Burns, and Susan Beatty in deciding on their choice of colleges. lss aaaa ,P ai tl: , .J , A i by s . ,..t..g+w 'E I vw as ,W vin-if v is we "' K ' . AA., giant' ,2M.h . ..., E- : , I 'Z 'nlui '-" "i ii: E. ii: ...-.- Za' E qilun F :Jiri K V H .Q .e. -- :ish -W, .,., - , V' 1 wtf: n,g::i5ff. 'rizwf' 2 1 .ffiiil ..,., .. P 3, 5 ..,, ' A 'L' :sl g.. "LL 4. .,.- sr . . ,-.-,V l f . . i . 'ep "Is it really true that we're graduating?" That seems hard to bel and Kathy Stricker. CAROL JEAN STUART 2353 Richard Ave. PTA Ch.: Latin, Quill- Scroll, Tri-M, Y-Teens Clubs: Band Bounce: Sr. Ecl. Legenda: Orchestra. SHIRLEY CAROL SUTTON 3031 Brockton Pl. Pep Club Rep.: French, FTA, Latin, Tri-M Clubs: Choir: Service Club. LARRY DOUGLAS SWARTHOUT 5345 Gratiot French Club: Class Ch.: Track. LULA H. SWETZ 9625 Dice Rd. Pep Club Rep.: Arts-Dra- matics, Bowling, FTA Clubs: Band Bounce: Choir' Comm. Pag. MARLENE CAROL TALIK 649 Thurman Pep Club' Interests: Skat- ing Swimming, SUSAN MARCO TABNER 1306 State French, Treas. T i- M Clubs' Band Bounce' Choir Orchestra' Harmonettes. BARBARA ANN TAYLOR 4087 Louise Adv. Vice-Pres. Red Cross Ch: French FTA I . Y-Teens Clubs' Usher. ROBERT K. TAYLOR 4345 N. Michigan Adv. Treass FTA JETS 'md Niath Clubs' Football. ami.-s......... JOANNE ELIZABETH TEBOE 3460 Lawndale Adv. Vice-Pres., Treas., Sec.: Arts-Dramatics and French Clubs: Christmas Pag.: Usher. JERRY BRENT TERRY 1417 Charles Soph. Party Com.: Club Hillite Rep.: C0-op, Hi-Y Clubs: Cheerleader: Christ- mas Pag.: Sem. Play. VVAYNE EUGENE THAYER 547 Lincoln, Freeland Bowling Club: Interest: Sports. PATRICIA ORAMIE THIEDE 1909 N. Fayette Pep Club: Band Bounce: Choir: Christmas Pag.: Clas Ch.: Comm. Pag.: Girls' Chorus. DONALD D. THOMAS 1513 S. Niagara Red Cross Ch.: Red Cross Vol.: Interests: Hunting, Fishing. ROBERT JAMES THOMAS 1117 Hancock Pep Club: Band Bounce: Boys' Choir: Choir: Christ- mas Pag.: Baseball. VINNIE LEE THOMAS 609 S. Webster FHA: Band Bounce: Christmas Pag.: Girls' Chorus. THOMAS ROY THOMPSON 902 Union Adv. Vice-Pres., Sec., Club Hillite Rep., Pep Club Rep.: FTA, Pep Clubs: Class Ch. ieve for Shirley Sutton Q s .O Q 'aa lx iss. W .. .., . Q: . .:Qg:.p.g v. g.: .225 ' ga' . , . 5 ' 921 'Z' f asf M J A .... . eg is -- -, 3 .W f"' ..ge V V .... 5 W C . ...,. 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Center Red Cross Ch.: Pep Club Rep.: FI-IA, FNA, Latin Clubs: Health Room Att. BONNIE DELORES TODD 609 Clinton Adv. Sec., Treas.: Co-op, Pep Clubs: Band Bounce: Christmas Pag.: Basketball Lctterwinner. JOHN RICHARD TOLLOFF 102 S. Jefferson Interest: Arch. Drawing. MARY LU TOWNLEY 2021 Hanchett Treas. Arts - Dramatics, Pres. Miracle Book, Pep, Y - Teens Clubs: Band Bounce: Declamation: Queen's Court. CAROL SUE TREIB 2307 Marshall Ct. Trl-M, Y-Teens Clubs: Band: Band Bounce. SUSAN J. TREW 2465 N. Bond Adv. Vice-Pres., Pep Club Rep.: JETS and Math, Latin Clubs: Band Bounce: Declamation: District and State Music Honors. SUSAN,L. TROMMER 1903 Bay United Fund Adv. Ch.: Co-op: Interest: Reading. JUDITH ANN TURNER 2327 N. Bond Arts - Dramatics, Treas. FHA, Rifle Clubs: Band Bounce: Choir: Christmas Pag.: Comm. Pag. JUDY ANN TURNER 2981 Schaefer FTA, Pep, Quill-Scroll Clubs: Class Ch.: Legenda Classes Ed.: Red Cross Vol.: Service Club. MICHAELE F. TYNER 516 Malzahn Publicity Ch. Aqualites: Quill-Scroll, Sec. Tri-M Clubs: Swimmer's Aid: Choir: Assoc. Ed. News: Jr. Prom Rep. JARRARD F. URBANCIK Rt. No. 2, Freeland Track: Interests: Math, Engineering. DELORES VAN BURI-IN 1708 Vermont Soph. Party Som.: Co-op, Pep Clubs: Librarian. JEWEL EMILY VASEY 1821 Stone Adv. Sec.: Pep Club: Class Ch.: Librarian. DONNA HELEN VELLANCE 821 Superior Interest: Skating. JOSEPH JAMES VERBRUGGE, JR. 2834 Cooper JETS and Math, Latin Clubs: Debate: News. THEODORE T. VLAHON 1845 N. Maple Interest: Amateur Radio. ALICE ADELE VOCEL 1503 Durand Adv. Pep Club Rep.: Arts- Dramatics, FTA, Spanish Clubs: Band, Band Bounce: Christmas Pag. RUTH ANN VOLZ Freeland ELAINE FRANCES VUDURES 903 N. Woodbridge Pep Club Rep.: Co-op, FHA Clubs: Band Bounce: Christmas Pag.: Girls' Chorus: Red Cross Vol. ALLEN LELAND WALKER BENJAMIN WALKER 4561 W. Kochville Rifle Club: Band Bounce: Band: Football, Swimming. CAROLYN ANN WALKER 514 N. Webster Latin, Pep Clubs. ROBERT BRUCE WALLACE, JR. 1344 Bay Rifle Club: Tri-M Histor- ian: Band: Band Bounce: Dance Band: News: Stage Crew. JACQUELINE ANN WANBAUGH 2117 Brockway Adv. Vice-Pres., Pep Club Rep.: Pres. French Club: Band Bounce. JANICE LOUISE WANDZEL 3304 Church Co-op Club: Librarian: Interest: Cooking. CARMAN ARTHUR WASHBURN 45 Benton Rd. Hi-Y, Pep Clubs: Christ- mas Pag.: Sem. Play: Swimming. . 5 nv. J 'Y Y - ix? yd! X M wk I : MQ ms: H- nt- " : -rs- 1 .. ,, 4 jf .,.,. 1 i ' . ' t. : 1' . ..,, .S A .J fm f ".. ' ir ' 7 29' ffgiil A A isis? f - . 5 nf! 25211 . ,, 1 T -- ' A .."" ' 5 sr. ::t se la i f ff . 72 . . .,.. . -,-.--"'. '-- '-. - ' 1: " Af' Y- ' ": ea.. .S ,,a-- ,2-' A - ., .,' ' 41,5 I A llll :"' Mfiezs Lzzr ' W, A 'W ' ' ' ie f .Ai iffffgfg . ' an 321.1 -' I ' Q. f - , .Lily ' : f'.'3m3 jg.: 1 aw- .. .. .:...g ug gi. lv... .,. ,, ' 'Eg I C. gf. if 2 Q l If K it Q 3' 2 z 1. 5 J, f ,1 , er ,. 1 K X 5 S 1 1fgr":w1.e , g, 12 is s... as .4 Y s . ggi R 6fk'sKE'WfY5 fig WJ 'l f QV' 4. ,... Q 'Q' .-.- . . :E-ai' - , .,,, e .. . I. . - ,, , gg .. , S51 6 :.::.?' ws h W ? En .af gi : T? 'W 5 . . . :W at 4 't Fa Sri 2 2:31 1 1. F' 4 V Q iff , Y .:l?g'i7f if s " ' . . fx e we ,. HPI Ii A' MARY LYNN WEBBER 2208 Mershon Adv. Vice-Pres.: PTA Ch.: French, FTA, Latin, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs: Usher. SYLVIA ANN WEBER 3235 Mackinaw Vice-Pres. FTA, Treas. Geography, Latin Clubs: Usher. WILLARD WEEDEN 710 Thurman Arts - Dramatics, German Clubs: Band Bounce: Boys' Choir. GARRON GORDON WEIKER 710 Thurman Arts - Dramatics, Tri - M, German Clubs: Band Bounce: Choir: Debate: Lost.Chords: Football Let- terwmner. JACK ALLEN WEINSTEIN 29vW. Hannum JETS and Math Club: Declamationg Club Hillite: Swimming. ROGER ALLEN WEIR 1016 Mackinaw Adv. Pres.: Hi-Y, Treas. JETS and Math, Latin. Pres. Pep Clubs: Debate: News. URSULA MARIELOUISE IVEISS 2405 Reed Band Bounce: Christmas Pag.: Girls' Chorus. DONALD RAY WEISHEIM 1924 XV. Michigan Hi-Y Club. JAMES M, WELLS 2436 Schaefer Interest: Cars. JOHN R. WELLS 817 Congress Adv. Pres.: Hi-Y Clubs! Band Bounce: Choir: Christmas Pag.: Sem. Play: Football and Swimming Letterwinner. L. WILLIAM WELLS 10 Berger Rd. Adv. Vice-Pres.: Soph. Par- Com.: Club Hillite Rep-3 Pep Club Rep.: Hi-Y, Spanish Clubs: Big 14. GERALD LEROY WENDLING 1006 Pleasant Interest: Map Collecting. ALBERT F. WESTENDORF 3753 Carrollton Rd. Interest: Hunting. DUANE F. WESTPHAL 1742 Wood Interests: Bowling and Hunting. MARGARET ANN WHALIN 2000 Kollen Adv. Vice-Pres.: PTA Ch.: Club Hillite Rep.: FTA, Sec. Y-Teens Clubs: Band Bounce: Queen's Court. SUZANNE MARGARET WHITE 3057 Congress Adv. Pres.: Aqualites, French, FTA Clubs: Choir. SHARON MAE WHITNEY 1531 N. Bond Adv. Pres.: Red Cross Ch.: JETS and Math, Latin, Miracle Book, Vice-Pres. Spanish Clubs: Basketball Letterwinner. SANDRA LEE WIEDERHOLD 6210 Melbourne Rd. Miracle Book Club: Band Bounce: Choir: Christmas Pag.: Comm. Pag. JOHN WIEGAND, JR. 14555 Greenwich I-'PA Club: Interest: Model Planes. T. ROGER WIGHT 1827 Barnard Adv. Pres.: Soph. Party Com.: Red Cross Ch.: Vice-Pres. Crucibles, Sec. JETS and Math Clubs. JOANNE EDITH WIGHTMAN 2730 McCarty Rd. Latin, Miracle Book Clubs. JOHN WILBER 903 Waller Interest: Drawing. JERALD HENRY WILHELM 825 Malzahn Adv. Treas.: JETS and Math Club: Tennis. JAMES RAY WILLIAMS 1617 Gratiot Adv. Pres., Vice-Pres.: Club Hillite Rep.: Pep Club Rep.: Big 14: Class Ch.: Swimming Letterwin- ner. LOIS C. WILLIAMS 309 S. Andre Co-op Club: Basketball and Volleyball Letterwin- ner. NANCY H. WILLIAMS 1121 S. Harrison Co-op Club. NADINE WILLIAMS 2314 Adams Blvd. Adv. Vice-Pres., Sec.: Rgd Cross Ch-5 Legenda. DARRELL LYLE WILLSON 500 Adam Rd. Interest: Cars. C.:-:Q E- I mmm, ,f s V we i -. -2'-qu:-z .5 V.. wil . 59' :WM In N ,Q W. . 'F'- ' -E: ,... ,bg f fi A rv 5 uf' H ex F it -Y. r .-qw .. f -,M In it. .2 5- xl' 4' Sits WOODROW L. WILSON 614 Fitzhugh Biology and Natural Sci- ence, FFA, Geography, Rifle Clubs, Assembly Com., Track. GRANT C. WINCHELL 12685 Scott Rd. Freeland FFA Club: Class Ch.3 De- bate, Track. JULE MARIE VVINSLOVJ 1975 Short Rd. Co-op club. FRANK GREGORY WOIDKA 1375 Sauk Ln. Hi-Y, Pep, Sec. German Clubs, Jr. Prom Com., Golf. and Swimming Let- terwmner. JOHN WILLIAM WOLF, JR. 25 E Hannum Adv. Pres., Pep Clubg Big 14, Vice-Pres. Student Cab- inet, Debate, Noon Club Com., Football Letterwin- ner. R UTH DAWN IVOLFCANG 6455 Pierce Rd. French Club: Librarian, JOHN OLIVER WOOLL IV 1520 Barnard Band Bounce, Boys' Choirg Comm. Page Debate. RICHARD ALVIN WRESSELL 207 N. Granger Pep Club Rep., Class Chg Football, Track Letterwin- ner. CHARLES J. WRUCK 706 N. Harrison Adv Vice Pres' Int ' , ' --, ercsts: Hunting and Fishing. JAMES JOSEPH WYNES I3 Congress Ct. C gms., Vice-Pres.3 Pep -U e.3P Clbg ,. ketball, pTen1EliZ. u Bu ZENITH N. YEAGER 107 1 Pacelh Co-op Club. BARBARA ALICE YEOMANS 2302 N. Oakley Y-Teens Club, Band Bounce, Choirg Comm. Pag. EDWARD ALLEN YOUNG .821 Perry Interest: Art:Carg, WAYNE L. YOUNG 2823 Mackinaw Interest: Cars. MARCIA JOAN ZACHARIAS 1596 W. Delta Dr. Adv. Vice-Pres., Red Cross Ch., Pep Club Rep.3 Al- chemists, Arts - Dramatics, Spanish Clubs. FRANK J- ZANNIZR 1403 Adams Club Hillite Rep.g Pep Club Rep.g Sec. Hi-Y, Pep Clubsg Class Chg Team Manager, Tennis. VESTA JEAN KINGSBURY IN MEMORIAM January 22, 1941-August 26, 1957 As a member of the 1958 Senior Class, Vesta was popular among her friends and was elected President of the Miracle Book Club here at school. She attended Ames Methodist Church and was the leader of the Methodist Youth Fel- lowship group. One of her main goals was to be a medical missionary and she was constantly working toward that goal. FREDERICK L. ZIETZ March 2, 1940-January 18, 1958 That he was friendly and well liked by his fellow classmates is evidenced by his membership in the Pep, Co-op, and Radio Clubs, his election as advisory secretary and Pep Club Representa- tive, and class chairman. As a Saginaw News car- rier he made many friends among his customers. He was also a member of St. james Lutheran Church, Secretary-Treasurer of the Young Demo- crats Club, and Treasurer of the Luther League. The sincere sympathy of the senior class is ex- pressed to the families and friends of these two fellow classmates. IN MEMORIAM 1 .li ,f : A 3. E 4. , gn. 4 3 4 v at V , f i -V .v Y 7-' , E 1 if Zfl ' f? .. .f 4 3 J gg vv,. I fl. 1 .5 1. 1 5 :: 3 Q ' .s :ri E ,V X 5 . , 5 V E .2 il S ' Q t A. E: 5' 's . g 1 2 4 Q J., .1 P' fi: 'ia ' N .Le- af 1 am f V f 5 1 ,Q i if 4 Sophomores elected as class officers: Tom Dawson, vice-presidentg Joe Mason, president, and Tom Cousineau, secretary. Sophomores A 'V I ' H' ,Z 'IVVE . , . rv' 5. ,fits , L. L V W? if X C ,-,: 1 W -wx, a N "if, All H as , J L :ei iz, fa : md. -eh. H I awww N xx A' , , 5- ,.. 'Jn' - . , ,K . . ,,, 5 M 3, L X my Abler, John Abler, William Acker, Patricia Adams, Bonnie Adams, Judy A. Ahlgrim, Bonnie Ahrens, Thomas Ainsworth, Lois Alberts, Charles Albright, Judith Albright, Shirley Alchin, Dennis Allison, Joe Ames, Terry Anderson, Carol Anderson, Ellen Anderson, Jack Anderson, James Andree, Barbara Arndt, Janet Arndt, Robert Asmus, Sharon Ault, Robert Austin, Gary Austin, Michael Bailey, Kathleen Baird, James Baker, Helen Baker, Richard Baker, Mfilliam Ballard, Joanne Balley, Hlilliam Ballien, Joann Balzer, LNZIHCY Banning, Carolyn Banning, Terry Barber, Jill Barko, John Barnard, Karen Barnard, Kenneth Barris, James Batten, Sally Beach, Peter Beach, Thomas Beadle, Donna Beardsley, Bonnie Beckler, Penny Beckmann, Patricia Bedore, Robert Beebe, Raymond Behm, Sharon Belknap, James Bell, Dale Bell, Jean Bell, Richard Bellenbaum, Bonnie Bellinger, Frederick Belokonny, Tamara Berry William Bese Irene Beuthink William Bingham Julie Confusion, chaos, and bewilderment, these were the signs that marked the new sophomores. They went down the wrong halls, forgot their classes, and stared in amazement at their new schoolmates. As they adjusted themselves to the broadened horizons of high school they timidly took part in classes, joined clubs, and got acquainted. They elected class officers, and enjoyed the sophomore party. 2' A my ' 7:"l I ii ., . .- Q" ' ii- 52' ' I ., 2? .." 12 , T , X 1, i ga 5 , i w e --' ,Sf ' t,.ig.., F ' H y h , J A ,,, A i I -- ' V 15, "VJ , 'E-at if ' V 'fi vm? 1 0 ,W - " - f ,x ' , ,Z ul., J 1.1 fi' ' W ,i i f tta- t J T 4 ' ,, 2: A 'S , B 61 A A "' Q QM i ' . Et" pig J' K- Ii.: as.: . .I ' V f?'f'Bffit , i i i J r , , . P-'z u ,gf gy , . if -VIQ Lp ,W Q It sg: 2 A :J- as M . ,,,., rw, W. b , X I- -.,,, I ye in rfli?-It ." ' ' ' .V -A ff 5 1 ,-:--:- . ..,. , r ' vi si? -"' f ' 35? t M ' j - ..,. ff ii 5 X K ' ii ' ",.: I 'H-" M ,.- 1: 7 U :., .nbrmay - . H: . ,K J , J . 2 1 .5: -1. J. K 6? we . A? 1 H H ,,,, A I , MQW Q 4 Q3 6 -- J . , ' r to ate, .. 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' '- '- Carlton, Diana if , J ,LL wi Caspersen, Bea Catrain, Carol Cherry, Dorothy Chinevere, Glen Chooljian, Roland Christensen, Jerry Christie, Sandra Ciaramitaro, Fred Clark, Betty Clark, Judith Rae Claus, Harry Claus, Virginia Clemens, Thomas Clement, James Clements, Judy Cline, John Clum, Linda Coenis, Robert Compau, Rosann Constock, Richard Conklin, Billy ma 3 Qt, fr . dl Q 'Q X 2:9 .,:Q, " 1 -i .pm cg .. 2 -- f We f Q X ,V 4' y A , e - , sggw i 35153 -ftir i 2 as we - aaa U' V ' ij .fi Em: H , "" :ggi faq 1 5 N 9. if 2,5 Q A" nn W , , gl . K - ' 2+ "M 'g 55:5 . , g , "'- 1 ., 1 " - i ,, 1: K f it r ,rtr P . K f .,.. ' M will at-1?:i:, yfsgfszlfaf . g , - U-,Jia ' 2- , ,. R .,.. M aaaa 2 ,. , IIZ ,,.b up K 2 az -Rf 1 y, c l' 355 'W . V 5' ' M S ' V fX?lt. 5,5 , . 34144 'if K .1-vt wisp., f- mglgggt .,f:,. ..,?,, ,.--, 5 7 ' ' jgjiftsf ,if , Vyh H: ,E -M il .5 Q' iw " E . , Q a it -fi .film '- im Sophomores as-if,r" " ' -. :: f 1 'K H. 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JolEson, Judy H Johnson, Lee Ann Johnstone, Sharon Jolin, Wayne Jones, Joann Jones, Larry Kacer, Steve Kamenar, Sandra Karls, John Keeler, Judith Kelley, Connie Kelly, Patricia Kelpinski, Jeanine Kempf, Carol Ann Kempf, William Kenel, Judith Kennedy, Sharon Kessler, John Kibby, Roger King, Carl Kingham, Jacqueline L+. A - 1 , S :.. t , . W 4' .. 1 - a - -is wg ,L V :S Jig, Q-V .5 -5: ' f' J iii Q ,i-" ' V, A :f.:.: K 5, ., 4" ..., ' A K l r 'X :" . ' , ,',i , it Q J 3 'B if ' fi V at a , V All J .:--' -.-t. f ' -',- A E ' S. L avi 'R We 2' ' uh-wifi Auf. f X i r? , H Kirchner, Stewart 51 ' 1 ' 5 t 1 . 4245, Klaus, Marion J , ' u H Vs, , gg ' , Kleekamp, Joyce V J ,I , W ,aa M ,, 'ay , . y K cw at S t ,., Kleinfelder, Carol ' "." i . L ? VI V K, ikrr. : . n l 1 , t,.,,,, 0 3 .. Bi-ii!i?!'v2vfruli:f?!li2:'51fi?'2f -2 .A 4' if N Knippel, Mary Ann .4-it ' in J , Knoerr, Elizabeth . 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Q 3 Leggitt, Carol ' , J k J Y' 2 ' J' " .1 A Lehner, Joyce 'I ' If ,Q A Lent, Wlilliam A ,. .1 f I , ' ,H Lentner, Marilyn gl, u , f , .i 52 Lepulyk, Floyd - " ,Z ,Q 1- E 55? , Lichtenwald, Barbara -' if V' ,,-.. i ' V' 5 A .. il' ,,"' 5 I , - ':- , , Q3f Lichtenwald, Herm Q, - ,-, I ,El A ' ' M ,,,, I, i Lickly, Ruth , I . ' rry 1 Q.. f K if el W' an W N- '. , 5 ' -.,-Q:f5- - SJ? "1 Rah' sf A H A Y K,- if Q W J. uw' .L ,M N .ef . ,J I FQ' , 1 i ji y :Q gf ?i.,2ff', , V .5 - v.,- '- j -:-.: ei-r 2 ii' if F35 -' --' if if -.: l W i ' :2-,,- ' . 24:3 ":- : , 4 in J, ,ggi 1 ,iw , C ,Ar ,"' T 3525 -,. di k a if .Q Q Z. 4' x mr 'K + ' .-" C .. :gi , Sophomores :xiii Q 3, '-1, G I Q ff. - . .,- "sw " i ' :I w"'-- . 5 Q ig F'-' 'H' 2 t .1 I ,i M Y . . ,g 53.5 ' 4 A u li QQ ,QQ ix E --K ...zfiie- : Q ':.- B Q M 5 J' , 9 in eve, V J Liebrock, Kenny A I ,Q A I , Light, Harve 'Wh ew jg, Likes, Waunetta E if ,'V, , mtv ' Lindfors, Billie Anne 3, . " i f e-j i .3 Linebaugh, Glenna ' , 'ff Linville, Perry A Lisee, Earl V, V, Ziff?-ffi' " Little, Gieiia ., " K, jf . V Loifflifi Allan i"" G ' J . ,I f ff, If E ,Q 3,2 ' H ,xg Long, Peggy :'- : Y i , g ' i P Lord, Eugene ' V illl A .. I B 1-l M Lucas, John we , ,Jfee . if H , R l 1 'wee ff 1 Luckhard, Juanita , Lugiewicz, Gary m , A W Lutz, Dl3.1'1I1C 'M' if -5 lj t Lx Lynch, James , get .J i awe? MacArthur, James in , :.,, ,ff MacConnel, Mary Ann ' i 4 2 f 'l MacKenzie, Franklin N V Mahaffy, Judy - .. Q .2 Maher, James , iii le' ree . ie 'ii-fra Manning, Patricia ei 'Q ,A,. . 5 - Manning, Suzanne . . - 1 I '-" 1' " ' QU " 3 'ii' J Manwell, Sandra A Markey, Edmond ' , ,fs ,.,J A-, H ,uf Martin, Lawrence A 1 1' . C ix Martin, Mary Q 5 ' V476 '..i J +4 1 ,J I, Mason, Joe i ' 'F '- ' '5' Mathis, James ff A , 6 ' ,N-'x Mattern, Bruce Azqv I wwg " A J ' Matthews, Marc ii U 53-r u fp? -'.. , , X g Matthews, Mary Ann I , J Mayer, Constance til, Q. , , . iii: ' Z Mayou, Richard ' R 1' - gf' W2 Y McAllister, Michael ,gg I- ,ei 4 .,,,,. f J, McAllister, Ronald ,g e A , ..,: Q A qllr McCarthy, James " , . . A "gig, Q McComb, Janice McDermind, Bonnie ' K in Jr McGowan, David L . 4 McGregor, Mary Lou C2 . K Ji' McGuire, Mary Alice N, S.. - 3, gif' ai: C MeKinstry, Karen ff Q McMahon, Lseter 3 McManus, Carol J A , hIcNeil, VVilliam V ., McNickle, Jerrildene X' 49- ff '- :pi f Vg' Meier, Judie ,,,,,f' P ,Q A i -,., 'A 1 Melcher, Bradley i k,-5, V" in , ,er '15 Mell, Kenneth "i ' 7 1Nf+3,?i ,K , Mellberg, Kaye ' e?Tri?f5iSiZ5! x eden Mered -3 . Y f ' Q ik -e ffisaw ei-A vi ilihftre Mered Mertz, ith, Danny ith, Gerald Robert Meyer, Carole Meyer, Connie Meyer, Fred Mey er, Jo Ann Meyer, Thomas : "Az, 4029 ,,- , ....-., Michael, David , I A '- A - Mier, Mary , H y , ,af 2 . ' , K Mikan, Kathleen ' lm, ' ' ..,. . . , aft? 5 '47, Miles, Pat 1 V j tqy. ' ' I f-f 5 'I 1 . jill' Miller, Austin 'V ,Q . X we-2 1 .Q Miller, Cami L it at if - i , Q- Q h L Miner, Daniel A , Q A . Miller, Doris -Q X ' '- A 'X Miller, Fred f ,. J 5' ' 15 5' 'Q' U M Miller, Henry ,Q f f , , Q 'T -' ef' it s l, , , a Wifi Joinn i ff, 3: 1- ti , 5 at -33, Ju. L. s 'Q ,i 1 i Illler, Juc y A. i E f Q J , "' Miller, Karen A ,J xl . ,ai --. H: i , 4 ..11' ' r f x , r , as 6 ' an I v . W at , K tfffffeb' , 1 i Qs, i t -2: ,-,, 1 b f, iz, i N R L9 es . .. - h,, , 4 ai .,A sw ' If -..-.. igiisirt ""', u.- Zxi ii i iilila l 5' S11 ' an , f if W fin? '-v.- 5-M? W! A f '," 'Q he I f , a i ' ' 'H' A XX W as- V , 63 E A A E' qw J ' 4 A - . 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Millet, Marcia Milne, Bonnie Milne, James Minard, Robert Minor, David Mintline, Thomas Miska, Richard If ,, Mitchell, Thomas , Moffat, Harold Q 4 .Q Ja: KQQ' XF ' h sw 6 ,Sf 'f V A VS. .ififa , s i ili, W g, ' i if if Q Sophomores 'M W R R Q , rai , ,a at N fail aw-wg i,' f '4', fi' W ' L , g R 4,4 ' ' , jx I V ip A fr I T K L V , , J Eff i ' ' R V 5:5 ' .J ",v I- ll, 13 L ,S - t H. . eg,, izn" -3532? 'i if:.f:- rt ia? , .. ,,,, J, 2 , 1 7 4 ,.,, -,rim V Y I V ' :W J : ?f ,Qt .--, Patterson, Lawrence Sophomores get into the swing of school spirit early in the year at 21.111 Peacock, Dou las 3 football game. Ellen Anderson and Ed Salesky enjoyed listening to the Arthur Hill Dance Band at the Homecoming Dance. opho more ' li: 5 , lr- im.. -- ' 3 iv- 3 'Q i e,e, .,'.'l ,- as E' V.,., ws' ,c.h.,. f 1' R? - i :'l Q ',:,' I uggi x ifi f A "rl s i P .: ,, An ,fi ,li xv, I Perry, Dana Peters, Barry Peters, James Pettis, Ruth Pfeuller, Roger Phillips, Dewey Finnell, Richard Pitseli, Carol Pittman, Terry Piziks, Yllaldis Plonta, Barry Pockrandt, Bonnie Pohlman, Mike Poitras, Terrie Porter, Beverly Poulos, Donald Pretzer, Clea Price, Jane Price, Jim Pringle, Patricia Pudschun, Jerrilynn Purman, Gary Raines, Irene Ranke, Kathleen Rappuhn, Ronald Ratliff, Herbert Raymond, Xvilliani Redinbo, Galen Reed, Carol Reed, Charles Reid, Barbara Reil, Jerrie Lee Reinke, Charles Reis, Susanna Reisig, Michael Reitler, Susan Remer, Sally Jo Reynolds, Betty Rieck, Carol Roach, Joanne Robertson, Judy Robinson, Terry Roesch, Edgar Rogers, Charles Rogers, Kay Rohn, James Rose, Edward Rose, James Rose, Loxie Ross, Judith Ross, Kathleen Rotunna, Marion Rousseau, George Ruifini, Jean Ruhl, Ann Ruskin, Rae Russell, Jean Ruthig, Janet Ryba, Judy Ann Ryder, Larry Sackrider, Duane Sackrider, Thelma Sadenwater, Charles if' s wr L .g f Ue:? 1 wi , QQ v in , xvk 4 .'5,gu"' if . 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Qv-' ,N H Zii fw ",: iii Vlendler, Paul VVenzel, Dorothy Vlerner, Judith Whalen, Ronald Wlhalin, Jo Ann White, Sue Whitting, Janet Wichman, Janice Wichnian, Susan Wickman, Sue Wieck, Judith Wiese, James Wiggins, Sue Williams, Connie Williams, George Williams, Jane Wiltse, Timothy Windover, David Wise, Harold Witting, Marilynn Wizorek, Carol Wohlfeil, Mary Wolf, Nancy Wolgast, Carol Mfolpert, Max Mfoodcock, Jerry Woodke, Marjorie Woodman, Peter Woolever, Judy Woolgar, Marci Hlorks, Barbara Wressell, Pamela Wysong, Carol Yake, Glynn Yeager, June Yeomans, Nancy Yockey, Jean Young, James Young, Roxanne Zahn, Kathryn Zauel, Roger Zehnder, Jan Zeiglcr, Walter Zimmer, Beverly Zinck, Nancy Zittle, Brad Zwingman, Ralph Zwingman, Russell 3 if W f f""f. . ,N vw-'L f Ne" , LA lf i A W' 'ls 5 , M s if Wallace, Melvin Walz, James Warner, Stanley Waters, Robert Watters, Gary Wazny, Marilyn Vlleber, Diann Wedding, Shirley Wehner, Carl Weiler, Harriet Weir, Carole Weisenbaugh, Den Weiss, Marlene Welsh, Richard ,P M, A f at , h N 4- exsfii 4,81 'fer 1 ff flaw-1 2 MNA, I? f nis . v. 4' Sophomores K 'Q f" gg, A - lf .. ,S '31, 1, Jw we-'v,, .af wk 5 ' , ' ,rx , , , , Q lla-agf . H? aw 2 1 ef gsm? ,. ' . wffglzifmli ff' ' N' A ,.,, ww, . ,. rf .. fe MY' V 'V A ii ' i f 'W ' a:. ' -Wi' 'n , aff, . . f , . 'rf ,, "" . i ' ' - 'i" . ' 6 i-A, 4. x g 1.- - J .., J W ,"' if Mig . t J r .,.,," ' H M Y " 'E af. W l R Qi X, : Alix f li ' E. Grezsiak, C. Anderson, J. Nolish, and T. Starkweather dance to the music of the dance band at the Sophomore Party. 115 ,,fI junior class officers: jim Bublitz, vicerpresidentg Bill Riepe, presi- dent, and Bob Hart, secretary-treasurer. Juniors . ' Z .ii i Q Rf' ,si I rs- 'Q gf- A , .,: 4 'Eggs dn EZ "7 Eff 5 I rx .r FI III 43 ef 4355 1 I ' '92 "Q X' , AS -a it vw.. v it ,SSI H 1 W . Wit . , M, af at , 'Hi' 153 25 asa, I iw 1 4 Q rv Q ..- f 'EE .II S 1 'A'- , 1 rgggggggr S u .. 1 a f .:-1 Sim: , 5 i Q X Aaron, Nancy Abler, Thomas Ackerman, Sharon Adams, Louise Ahrens, Marijean Akehurst, Della Alburg, Barry Alcock, Georgia Alcorn, Gary Anderson, janet Anderson, Kathleen Anderson, Ruth Andrews, Kay Ankoviak, David A nsevics, Bruno Antle, Marjorie Armbruster, Adolf Armstrong, Ann Asman, Martha Avery, Mary Ellen Bailey, Patricia Ballien, jean Balwinski, Ijanice Barber, Robert Barnett, Barbara Barnett, Kay Bartels, Richard Bartle, james Bartle, john Bassett, Sharon Bauer, Dave Bauer, John Bauer, Judy Baumler, Sheila Beck, Carol Bedell, Yvette Beem, Kay Bein, Gerda Bell, Patricia Benjamin, Larry Benz, Richard Berg, Gordon Berg, Janice Bcrkobein, Kenneth Berlin, Honey Bernard, Kay Biggers, Sandra Bird, Phil Blaine, Charles Blasius, janet Blower, Charles Bloomfield, Wayne Bluer, Harold Blynn, Lucy Boertman, jo Ann Bonner, Mariwyn Booth, Ron Booth, Shirley Ann Bourdon, Nanette Bourdow, Norris Bowers, Bonnie Bowlsby, Donna Boyd, Edward if t I Q1 wait junior class officers are something new at Arthur Hill, a result of the adoption of a revised constitution last spring. Art of living classes nominated the candidates and the final election was held during advisory. t The entire junior class has entered energetic- ally into their part of life at Arthur Hill. They K .54- have worked hard, had fun, received class rings, and attended the junior Prom. Surely they are well prepared to make a fine senior class. I , I viw' I I igjifi I i ii ""' -1"- III Fax ji - '-.., M S I ,X , I I .:,A I ., : I .LII 4 I L h , ,'-- Eaef -.,,, git riff time ma? - - it ' v-., s i A "i' li 4' .B 61 M JE? ., 1 zt- jafg fa, H aa iw? I 2 , B we fe I- aj. 2 4 I IL I .,': III QI jf . 52 if if A T A 1 f K - M ,. , - , A 'W . 1 , I. --, ..,s I 5 I II Zii I a e,a S- ,,, a aw, ,,xlg , gig ,wwf gg,ffgRg ' D f'f'?.f ' 1 If .II af.. I QQI, . , i g. I IIMI - II - ,Z :,'f I i ' W - X aj T . , I zl., I I g:- ,,,,, a B ' est: , ,iii f A ,,,, A A , A 1 ' ' 5'i fifff! ww I, . - I- ss. I I f . .... .TQ A f II :. I II IIII i .... - : B Q ,-1 1 sses I I s iil' ii . II . A ,MI , ,.., r ,, :fir 9 R , Q as P' , va' Q' 5 X . . X a If , if Q li Q. : fe E I-ia., jim ' V ' 1 J ,: A C 'f n A A. Z V 5: ff if ' , N V ' ,. ' 'lf .Xi 'SELL .LQSZHV R ff wr x ,sw A ' ' ' an aw ., -1-- f at s 3. - sg, 'sw sf 3' af 13555, ssl, " w ,2,z,,'f3 , -. Q 3 X Boynton, Lee Bradley, Virginia Braun, Barbara Braun, Maryann Brawley, Carole Brennan, Anne Brethauer, Judith Brewster, Russell Bridge, Martha Brown, Patricia Brown, Paul Brubaker, Mary Bruce, Charles Bruske, Harold Brussow, WVilliam Bublitz, James Buggia, L. Sam Bull, Lynn Burbank, William Burgoyne, Jacqueli Burk, Frances L. Burkard, Patricia Burke, Rockford Burman, Larry Burtch, Carole Busch, Joann Bush, George , 4 L, ii . J A V Q, r i Q J it R , B .oa "-., C J ., ,,.,, "'- arrl, - ne .21 ff .,... 3: 5 " H, i f:-- 5 K . C C I t-rt, , J Bushroe, John - ' K Butts, Yvarren A ,I A . U i H 2 nl Q, ' ' :e Cammin, William A ' -' ff' --. - 2 ' -Q , V -r... CHmPbe11fN2mCy M5 -ts.. ev f , J Carbeno, Dorothy 3 'i" ' A ., 1 , ,:, MM S.. -. M -.,.. VV Card, Nlarilyn I I , NNW V K Y .-.. 22:52 Carroll, Sharon 1 2 6 L"1i5ff7.,'f ,VAI Case, Gary - ' .J Causie, Rodney ,, - Q 'V F 5 Cay, Sheila A so A lr J f 7 bf Y 1 ' im A V, Q Cesarz, Richard im, J Qff A' af f , ' J. ' z 'i" 5 Chamberlin, Keith '7' Z1 fy Q 7 V .' Qi 7 ,,-'2. ' Chandler, Susan fi n- l , ,2 2 5 7 , Chapman, Lloyd V r Q u M ' 4- Chappell, Carey 1 N ' . .. A J o 9 . J Chatman, Johnny -J A , f chicky, Robert "' h 3, . J J up ,, I ',,, C ' ,.. .,,, A W Chinery, Marcia fl. , lf ir Critz, Wanda Q, W ,J gi .H ,, .,.,. , qs ,.... Churchfield, Janet M i , - 'X ff 'C Clark, Avery V- D g5'Zf , wLb "":"-' Clark, Frederick " ' t' " Wyws Clark, Nancee W ,. -- - .I , 1, Clauss, Joyce 'M if QL gi U A f-W M . , 4, , 4 Clements, Leona ,W G ' ww pf ' ,V W 5 , F A Clements, Lynn J' 2-t , glifinkstoxg, Betty Jo J " ' -I 5.5! A, U in o ver, usan A ' - ' A X 4' M ' ' 1 "-W x? Com :ton Karla F, V V M Corwin, Audrey ' l A ' fe- . , Cottrell, Richard V - if f-,- ..,v, W v:-. V. COX, Sharon M , ..,, ,gg " s 4 M ' ,., 'J' ' 3' " - Cox, Stanley . i 1, L. ""' W "3 :fa COY, MQTYHUU ff if- ! , W . 'Q-'ffl -f "., ,,, Cradit, Raymond i f -.., " Q ""' 'n Y --"' Crane, Earl ' ., M wi, I A Crawford, ud 5- , , l C 1 N Y V ' row ey, ancy " 5, 1' I ' Curts, James 'L g. - ag, .fn- f .f M Danhopp, Joanne K V. f , iw Q' 3, gf Ewa ,,' . 5 Dargie, Bethanne , , , -.,... Davis, Gail . . wi , . ff,- V,,. V ' Davis, Helen Jean J NX h."" 1' rw Davis, Steve at . Day, Jack 5, 53. 'fa 'Wi I DeHaan, Sue Ann ' Q ' 5 V' W . DeLucia, August J . 351, ,J ,t ' A I V at J we ,W 6 Y 1JeLucia, Gary g f 'TSC ' L,-ggi ' 1 , "A 1 6 Lp Dempsey, Arlene 5 las.. gr' 4"37'l ' Denby, Richard ' , H ,ar l P Q ,r,, Ye' 1' L , " L " " ' iffi Louise Adams, Jim Hale, Jack Mauro, and Sharon Ackerman are having a great time admiring their new class rings. .W mg .. I f V5 T .ii fr ,Q- X. ,Y -eg, sm .- ' X, .:..' ,',.,. - ' K kj C3 wi ...., T ,ax .L 15 G A.. K gg- J 'Y' -4 2 'ly -1 i"-Z 'HM 1-1 x at .L i1,-- ' QL I Q., 1 :Z E 71 , if Z ,. fi, , .1 , 'f , li D ..1 Lx 1 R --'-i .. . i l F if Juniors Dennie, Marlene DeShazo, Ray Dewald, Jonathan Dewell, Bonita Dezelsky, Juleanne Diener, Glory Dietlein, Betty Dietzel, Jack Dingman, Sue Dittmar, JoAnne Dittmar, Robert Dixon, Darrell Doerfner, John Doerr, Fred Dolfi, Donna Dorey, Keith Drake, Daniel Drake, Thomas Draves, Pat Ducharme, Kay Dudek, Frank Dugan, Charles Dukarske, Diane Dunn, Robert Dusek, Beverly Dutton, Mary Dymond, Dale libe, Robert C. Eby, Sally Eckdahl, Joanne Edkert, Ruth Ederer, Rosalynn Edwards, Linda F L 1 .. j' Q5 aww QWQQ ia, a N, new f -2 it f' .. AV L ' wav .Eli n N- ,Q - Q If N Agri? 1, , 4, A - A , .... lg W .- .5 1 hm . if.. i"X 'N s t rf.. ., , U 3. I . 1 1 at TSE? 5 Mr J awe -. M g ,. X sf ,, ,... ..., ,., , , .wif r I ia? 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Fliegel, Joanne Ford, Mary Foss, Jeanine Foulds, Nancy Fowler, Kay Fox, Margo France, Barbara Frank, Thomas Fraser, George 'Q vw 5' 55. 'IFF t iris' az, 'f ,xi 3? 5, " wil' A bm ,J , ,, 'Y' 57 Z, YZ, 5 X ah 4 :... X 1 31 7' atjf -1h. , : 5- L ig ,V-.,, 4 " gm as ,,-,T Q3 az as , . , , ,,,,. ,.,. , A,A? ,T , ' - -' I I , ,K K A . -vvv In D iggs N . Hfzsgenzafhf' ' MSM' M aff-5 mtysf' i 1-' 'Q' J .- , ' vi , , mf - V4 uw, 1 , :,4,.W .3 ., ..,,, , . ' .. KJ 4 f Y' f V ' , 7 'f , W 1 JHYX' ,g i r g: . , 'wk 'f X ix 'im .SEX-'na w35 Txkqg K fa. Q Q B'-writ if ts: 1. has .., . W . ff, , f rf if I Egg? 4. Y V, .fha 'i' 'K , 1 B if Gerow, Nancy Gerzeski, Ralph Geth, Connie Gilchrist, Frances Gill, l'Vendy Glass, Glick, Godina, Golden lVilliam Sidney Virginia Hazel Gonzales, Margaret Goodman, Arthur Goodwin, Jerry Graham, David Graham, Mary Grauf, Bruce Green, Carol Green, Judith Greenberg, Brenda Grieg, Marjorie Griffin, Judy Grigsby, Carol Gross, Suzanne Groulx, Margaret Grube, Karl Grunow, Janet Grunow, Jeanne Gunther, Karen Gushen, Janice Gustafson, James Gustin, Dan Guthrie, John Gwiazdowski, Joseph Haar, Sharon Haefele, Carol Hagen, Martha Hager, Emily Hale, James Hamlin, Kay Hammel, Gail Hammond, Terry Hampton, Gary Hannon, Ann Louise Hanson, Bradley Harbaugh, John Harding, James Harrell, Judith Harris, Georgia Harry,Ruth Anne Hart, Nancy Hart, Robert Hartwig, Ardith Harvey, Elizabeth Harvith, Anita Haskin, Ronald Hasse, David Hausser, Sharon Hayman, Gary Hebbener, Thomas Hebl, Jerry Hebl, Richard Heffel Nancy Heffel Patsy Heinz, Henry r , A 1, .-. at- , N015 ' ist, if , ig . , .5 silt, ,k,, V, .4, I J. h V . it , . fa .Q J , ,, sl 6' , aw- f V if wh is L Dx: . .,:. 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" N 1 , , 'A .. - Holmes, Connie Hopper, Patricia Horn, Patricia Howe, Thomas Huebner, XVayne Hull, Constance Hunt, Rodney Hyvonen, Stuart Ignatowski, Harry linker, Susan Irish, Sharon Irvin, Wlillis Irving, janet Izzo, Richard jackson, David jackson, Marion jacob, William jameson, james jarecki, jerry jolmson, Arthur johnson, Dennis johnson, Emily Ginny johnson, judy johnson, Sally johnson, Tom jones, Hall jones, Linda jones, Ray jones, Robert joyce, Marilyn jurek, judy Kabat, Frances Kabat, Richard Kackmeister, Donna Kackmeister, Thomas Kaczmarek, judy Kain, Lucille Kamischke, Ronald Kapka, Ione Kasper, Michael Kasprzyk, Barbara Kaufmann, Margaret Keith, 'Wally Kelley, Barbara Kelley, Robert Kendall, VVayne Kenny, Patrick Kent, Roselyn Kessel, Sue Keitzman, Paul Kincaid, Marcia King, David King, Donelda Kischnick, jack Kitzman, judith Klaus, john Klein, Terry Klemish, Robert Klemko, Ross Klemm, janice Klonowski, Ronald Knapp, Tim Knoerr, Roy as -O RV" '-im ? x is '. -:- xv T fivf b.f""" , if Q' . 2, E A5 TL, Qing? ,f kwi' 2 aa- ,QE-N Maggie f , ifzasfl N- -v, , .,... mm, 1. 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H-I H-I H-I-L.L - and the team is sent off to victory by their loyal fans at an out- door Pep Rally. f 1 . sf g, H fsg: ' ' f M Q 1 .--- Q 1 . , ' 4 1 p n, ii' :iii ag' eggs Wei, ufws ' " 1, i ' ' gg' '-1:3 K : Ei K, ',... 5 '1 Y WA .t 'A"1" 'Y , .Qi f ai? ir' W U5 13- ah I i S s:1 E I :': ' b'- ' . Juniors M yey, W 'ii- J : -. f eehe il i n it ii -',-: Q i A ..Li l 11 'K ,5, lgvl - V: -Q .. :: . , J K . 5 r li J K K L igv if 122 V:E'::-q: i f - :. a L . +vfwM,,s ., .MM 'ist ' -V . 9 , , Matowski, Sharon - Matula, Arlene a A, Mauch, Clarellen -, -. , Mauch, Karen WPS Af Fw? Maul, Ronald - , w AI Mauro, Jack " Q Maxwell, Lynn McCargar, James '52 1-.Q ' 1 4 Wh' 2' 4 if 1' ,a 5 McCarty, l atrick I McCray, Penny Jean if McCrossen, Janice McDowell, Richard 1 ' , i'gf3iestg McGill, Sheryl : '- McGuire, Joyce McIntosh, Sandra ' . McKeith, Kenny McLean, Gary - McNicoll, Karen McGregor, MaryAnn .. TM 'K Aw ' I ' I Meier, Betty , Mendel, Judith . '. Metiva, Alton -j ,ga Metiva, JoAnn , Meyer, Marianne ii" Li, Meyer, Ronald 8- ., 3, iX'ICyCI', Sally Meyer, Suzanne Meyers, Susan Mielke, Carol M A Milbrandt, Mary Lou V, Bllllcr, ADH 7 ' Mielke, Nancy X2 is 5' utii Miller, Betty 1 . W .f i 1, , sa, iff? 'Q A 5 1 5f 1"' . . iii' 5 , L 5 ' L 5' I .,, ,. - fw, w- M- gg. , Z- W, .-2, r lg EW, -maxi 'wi A ..-J M, , W :J my an are L21 T.a iilkwia PM . '52 "" 2 , few' 6' 'W S Q I 5 ii i' 4 Ara ,,F filth few aa, -.r- xii fin ""' w L, - ,, r , r ,fir , at ,5?, ff 3. 2 g a g . r -a g : :ff ,. H -Q it ar. - -if ,.,,,.' 3 v gewwr Qfwf , by va fQg rr ff fy L M gy sf ' 'Q' an :. ,... t 'J 'WE' wavy, wa . . .,, Miller Miller , . , David ,,. - Dennis il Gail f"f Miller, . Miller Miller Milne ,, Shirley .Eg f Min Judith A. R, its 4 : . Shelva -. ' 3 ' l. ii icky, Joseph 1 A, 2. 5 'i A1521 af. Minns, Mary , Minor, Basil " ie- f 312 1151 A' -f Q iff, Rt S at Wx Q! r A T Q5-. 7, 3 r Al.. .f. . .2? '- A "W .. , ' , 'Wu . 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Richter, Mary Jane Riepe, XVillia1n Riethmeier, Alton Rigg, Becky Rivette, David Robart, Beverly Robart, Kenneth Robinson, Lynn Robinson, Sharon Rock, Janice W3 imap: ire Mffw, Niederstadt, Lynn Noel, Larry Norberg, Tilda Oberschmidt, Louise Oblander, Mona Oc-liodnicky, Sam 0'C1oimcr, Carol O'Conner, Mary O'Connor, Ronald O'Leary, Patricia Olney, Roger Olson, James Olvera, Lazaro O'Riordan, Patricia awvrtgwa ' EQQKT 9 Y I' ' Q qllllgdgillk , fit 51 Q I aa 1 A ng z 'K ji I af :aw . Mamas s t g x K Q1 -4 iw , , E ' wiv ix away, mwaf +vl l g 354i Wi fall g P i.,,f M W mi ' M if-s ,Ewa is ,. ..., , .4 Y 'JY 4 EE EI! A fy 'Gs Vi ,., , f D y w ?, WM , L .mm H R . ,9, A A L 'fs S E sw .saw W ?2i ffwi . H it. .N WJ, u-515 9-1. 2 , MELQMMWF awww E Q V' A sf , 1 Megg ., - if 9 Qi Mya 2:55111-' 5 Junlors Qf.W' QED ,mv rwf tfif 'ww " 'I I i-t ' ,af Eaihgt Rggg, Sqn gwtf QQWMC Mfraf ,,' H Arif ,Ries mme aaa - , 3 L ,E me WA wr 4. 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A ea -fi 1' ,T :-- r ., Z .M Q.. ,.-- dz S 12. in ui: rg iililqf ii ' H i Q. f uliu KVJLI ,I - , , , tl .: gi .-V- , ,,,.. 2,4 1 , , , R ..,., , -, I ' v-vAA.,. U V " , J , J J F , , , V il' ,S ., ii ,. J fly, , 771: , Zi j 1 . 5, U 4 inf' .LA , fs. , 'S ' 2 ii ' - i ta ,,,,T ,, ,, , M. ,. I Q 'll :J I Z' gf I X' 7 5 'ff .H 1, """"Wj +21 L? f x Juniors Sting, Don Stock, John Stoddard, Walter Stoll, Shirley Storck, Donald Storinont, James Stuart, XVilliam Suitor, John Summerlield, David Sural, Ronald Swift, Pat Symons, Dave Talik, Frances Tarrant, Thomas Tauli, Ellen Taylor, Harvey Taylor, Thomas Taylor, lVilliam Tedhams, Alyce Tcflt, James Tetloff, Mary Anne Thomas, Joan Thompson, Bonnie Thompson, Thomas L. Thoms, Ronald Toft, Larry Tolloff, Carol Tomforde, Jacqueline Towns, Dean Trautman, Barbara Trew, Patricia Troup, Patil Tullis, Valerie Tunney, Bernard Turner, Arnold i a KW ,....,- 0 Eg? wag- 'as Dk I -as I v' asf, Q 125 N , :5 ' . p - . -. UQWM -lk: A ' . L .. 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'hw .rli " -1 lj' 'Af i 'Q' 5 Mi ieffx - ...:.. to I . Z, , i'l'x"fz4 t all . X-it 1 EEQEQ' T .1 Worr f? S A, A . fr- A '62 .,,.,.. V ' ' wi Q M in .Q kv: A Ria -f,,. . -ff-1: . I n at-Q E 'Z Q slr lk JW 3 1 M Q 'Q , if "t: : Z .. tfiii Q i e X , ' ' Ain ..,,,., 2 I ". V5 Ln M X Williams, N'l'illiam lf. so to , A . ,V if A , Williams, lVilliam cs. Q: k i l, EQ A ,,. R W lVllSOIl, Gail ,Q ., "ili M' j ' gl 't,.'7lc.5 Wilson, Nancy 92' fl 3 W' i A ,g lVilson, lvendell - A 1, Q5 - - "i", fl' Win ie ckie, Linnic fl kg' i l W inslow, Susan Vi -, V - it Winters, Sharon ' ' ' Wirbel, Doris .L A 1 . A ' lllirtz, Tom C f 'pe gli ? ' t f Wise, Don " ,lx t ' ' gtf yi In 1 - quk 3, lVisniewski, Dennis 4. ivy g I -1: ii lVolfe, Twala , : , " ' lVol ast joan . fra-u w M -f aa? wtwd N 5 3 ' e ig l Ae. fa2,s,?53,1 Q - k ,gf-fi-g V, W Wooll, Emory 'A " f ' 'i - Vllressell, Judy Ann K V , Q , , , Wressell, Sandra V 1. V' A ii x K - - . ' Q' ,K .A ,, lVright, Connie L A , S - , " fr 5 A Va Wright, Lindsal' Q- ' ' A lllruckert, Leonard - , W ' "" x eg.. f ' A Yancer, Mary Kay N , ,Q ..,..: . J N? Tia. i f Fam , x .df -t, ' W2 -,RIF if Yarmuth, jean A . 1 7 1 - f' Young, Dee ,, .. ' H ' ' .K A Young, Steve ---i 5 ' ig. x M, , 'V Zagata, Larry 6 .. . I f I in W 1 Zamora, Yllilma r- 'S' fjllwi? 2' warg " A Q ' Zanner, James " 4. ea,,?Q ' . ZaSlr0w,J11fly I . Y . Q .L 'V f f Zednicek, Ronald "l' '- 11 W - M - - Ziegler, Kenneth 2,gg,, , 1 L, I W1 .. . Ziemha, Donald Q ' K 5,2 f , " -, 5 Zieinba, Ronald -I T -2 I- 'Gr ,. y . , ,,,gf , J gf. Zietz, Ronald a s A , r Q. Jack 1 A csii L mer, .- ,girl I NY? F rw ' MQW gf, ? 4 4553 , Q , .: X 'f me. " L ' 11' PM, 'MMM -Q is X ww ' M, 1 Java. le' f 1 'I' M fi' '21 A N- 'U K'-.. if New slaves prostrate themselves before the president of Latin Club Latin Club How many points did you get this year? This is a typical question Latin Club members ask as time for the rankeraising potluck draws near. New members enter the club as slaves. They earn points toward their freedom by doing club work and getting good grades on their report cards. Only students presently enrolled in a Latin class and maintaining an A or B average are considered eligible for membership. Their meet- ings are held the last Monday of the month. FRON'1 ROW J Siddons J. Cory, C. Hohn, S. Alexander, P Hazen, P. Gromek, N. Needham, J. Izzo, A. Dempsey, C. Holmes, N. Kurtz, B. Solterman, PRESIDENT, C. Grigsby, SECRETARY, M. Townley, TREASURER, B. Gerow, VICE-PRESIDENT, J Teboe, A. Vogel, B. Meier, B. Bowman, B. Fuss, A. Finke, R Bloomfield, M. Johnston. SECOND ROW: M. Joyce, L. Swetz, M. Ahrens, J. Pietrzak, L. Schirmer, S. Beatty, M. Hart, D Butterfield, J. Rock, C. Stander, P. Loeblein, K. Schaper, G Jacques, P. Garwood, S. White, J. Ellars, D. Perry, D. McDowell THIRD ROWV: S. Dingman, J. Pudschun, J. Klemm, K. Krafft C. Sollner, S. Irish, B. Hausser N Campbell M Sheedy J Rohlotf, J. Busch, L. Clements, S. Pryer, P. Sargent, G. Hammel C. Mott, P. MacRae, J. Mahaffy, C. Vanderlip, M. Pries, J. Jones M. Tenney. FOURTH ROVV: M. Jackson, E. Wager, P. Hooper C. Snider, D. Kackmeister, R. Schmoltz, L. Schneider, P. Bell, M Braun, G. Johnson, S. McGill, D. Orr, J. Sandow, G. Smith, M Fox, S. Kessel, A. Hannon, J. Zehnder, J. Day, R. Gage, T Scharffe, D. Vetengle, G. Schluckbier. FIFTH ROW: G. Sherman C. Roth, D. Oltz, R. Ormes, D. Flucke, T. Lepley, R. Causie, D Braun, J. Boyse, J. Schneider, J, Cherry. v Planning to attend the Play Tournament this FRONT ROW: J. Ross, B. Snyde r, N. Brusow, S. Glavc, J. Evans J. Johnson, C. Mauch, TREASURER, R. King, PRESIDENT, P MacRae, VICE-PRESIDENT, J. M. Groulx, P. Machette, N. Will M. Asman, P. Dyer, R. Ruskin, Dutton, SECRETARY, W. Gill, iauns. SECOND ROYV: M. Jarvis, M. Millet, J. Russell, J. Rock, B. Galsterer, S. Fryer, S. Kessell, J. Spaulding, D. Knoop, G. Little Miss Patow. THIRD ROW: Miss Turner, N. Noble, M. Murphy 1 , K. Zahn, M. Pendell, G. Sims, J. Bernecker, A. Brennan, B. Mc Dermid, P. Garwood, C. Cobble, M. Sperry, J. Zehnder, C Catrain, J. Gage, J. Pettis. FOURTH ROW: M. Grief, A. Laing P. Dent, J. Gunn, G. Sherman, R. R. Pettis, C. Wagensellar, J Metiva, J. VanSteenkiste, J. Hurst, C. Weir, M. Schrade, J. Krueger, J. Schultz, J. Boehlke, B. linszer, B. Freedinger. Arts-Dramaties Club spring? Itis sponsored by Arts-Dramatics Club. So is the animal Christmas Pageant. Organized many years ago, the club strives to create an appreciation lor drama and to give students a chance to participate in the production of plays. To become a member one must have good citizenship, average grades and a desire to work. The club meets the third Monday of every month in the school auditorium. Tim Lentner and Pat Sargent portray a bride and bridegroom in the play Day After Forever which was presented by the Arts- Dramatics Club. FRONT ROW: B. Arndt, J. Zanner, J. Devers, J. Bloomstrom, J. Bommaritoh P. Dickinson, Rummel, R. Clark, G. Bishop, A. Walker, F. Zanner, SECRETARY, J. Little, J. Wells, J. Simon, K. Franklin, R. Weir, C. Barr, D. Ederer, H. Hinds, P. Tallon, D. Braun. SECOND ROW: J. Fartliing, P. Dunlap, J. Needam, B. Crummer, W. Muelenbeck, J. Williams, B. Ahrens, G. List, R. Causie, T. Hammond, T. Viteck, B. Glass, D. Rosengren, A. Goodman, J. Schneider, B. Finger, J. Garingcr, B. Freidlinger, L. Anderson. THIRD ROW: D. Miller, G. Hayman, D. Banaszck, R. Vitek, J. Bublitz, M. Staples, R. Spence, D. Stewart, C. Washburn, D. Lord, R, Grant, G. Davis, J. Tefft, G. Woidka, K. Downer, W. Dirker, J. Stock, B. Pippo, H. Heinz, J. Mason, G. Alexander, J. Day. Enjoy the dances after the basketball games? Most of the credit goes to the boys of the Hi-Y it t fs Q . Club. The members s Jonsor the dances and 'Q' 0 W' , HI- sell the refreshments at the games. Any boy interested in promoting Christian living through- l out the community is welcome to join the Hi-Y. Club meetings consist of swimming parties, bas- ketball meets, and other interesting activities. Mr. Birdsell is the new sponsor of the club. Hi-Y Club meets on Tuesday nights. Jan Davis serves punch as Carol Kleine samples cookies at the Y-Teen introductory tea. K '3 W2 1 1 'Sfiiffffi if mas-.. ' . . s ,gf Co-sponsoring dances with the Hi-Y and presenting an award to the outstanding sopho- more girl are the highlights of the year's activ- ities for the Y-Teens. Members are interested also in service to their school and community. For community service Y-Teens help with the hanging of the greens at the Y.VV.C.A. during the Christmas season and spend one evening entertaining the children at a local orphanage. Their meetings are held the first and third Wlfednesday of each month. FRONT ROW: C. Moore, J. Evans, J. Lescelius, M. McGregor, A. Cross, B. Shabluk, S. Biggers, C. Sollner, C. Gagnon, J. Powers M. Whalin, SECRETARY, S. Beatty, VICE-PRESIDENT, M Ahrens, TREASURER, N. Needham, J. Izzo, D. Oviatt, J. Teboe C. Holmes, J. Cory, M. Weber, A. Ruhl, B. Taylor, N. Kurtz M. Mosca. SECOND ROW: K. Zahn, M. Millet, M. Antle, P Horn, L. Brockless, M. Pendell, J. Russell, G. Hammel, P. Sargent M. Murphy, P. Bell, M. Richter, P. Bliss, B. France, .l- Shimmin: L. St. Pierre, A. Shimmin, S. Bublitz, A. Strickland, M. Johnston S. Cornish, S. Kennedy, S. Gross, N. Zinck, S. Batten, J. Whalin THIRD ROW: R. Pettis, M. Martin, J. Kenel, K. Bailey, J Blasius, M. Schauman, G. Little, J. Robertson, M. Matthews, Mi Charlie Barr and jim Devers look at the bill they presented in the Michigan State legislature. Y-Teens Club Sheedy, S. Pryer, K. Eurich, M. Chinnery, C. Meyer, S. Rudy, B. McDermid. J. Mahaffy, S. White, DZ McDowell, N. Kerns, P. MacRae, M. Townley, J. Davis, J. Hinds, M. Hall, S. Ervin, B. Steinpres, S. Hagg, N. Wolf, C. Bourcier. FOURTH ROW: J. Packard, V. Sims, S. Kamenar, S. Pockrandtt, R. Eckert, J. Foss, S. Ploetz, N. Mielke, M. Phelps, L. Hersem, J, Zehnder, S. Hill, N. Douglass, M. Braun, G. Johnson, A. Laing, J. Kline, P. Dent, C Weir, J. Dvorsek, J. Meyer, P. Hill, J. Krueger, J. Burzyck, M. Galovics, J. Arndt. FIFTH ROW: J. Leaman, C. Kempf, K. Beem, R. Ruskin, P. Dyer, B. Sheedy, J. Ruthig, B. Meyer, P. Hooper, L. Clements, P. Beckler, M. Walker, J. Sandow, S. Robinson, J. Nelson, J. Gage, J. Boehlke, B. Thompson, J. Berg, M. Asman, C. Voelker, A. Carlton, E. Orloif. FRONT ROW: Miss Morgan, SPONSOR, M. Zacharias, J. Shabluk, H ' F M. Minns P. Shaddeau, M. McGregor, G. Murphy, S. ry, TREASURER, D. Butterfield, PRESIDENT, S. Whitney, VICE PRESIDENT, C. O'Connor, C. Gagnon, J. Boertman, B. Gausa S. Gross. SECOND ROW: L. Schneider, S. Booth, S. Dingman M. Chinery S Teboe, B. Reid, Dague, P. Hopper, J. Shimmer, A. Shimmer, Felder, J. Gushen, K. Krafft, E. Hall, A. Vogel C. Holm. tnuxu Run. J. Vow, C. C. Carlson, C. Salow, A. Rosa, J. McGuire, N. Mielke, C. Meyer, J Drorsek, S. White, R. Schmolitz, J. Meyer, B. Kerr, B. Pockrandt S. Morrell. FOURTH ROW: Stoddard, J. Kleekamp, J Anderson, N. Fisher, C. Behrens, P. Acker, M. McGuire, G. Bishop G. Slacta, M. Schutt, P. Sargent, C. Grigsby. M. White, C. Siever man, N. Campbell, C. Engel, L. Hersem, M. Kiniord, C. Eurieh SECRETARY, is absent from the picture. , ,t X51 F 11 1 11 P6116 I1 : 3 , s SP5 fr 'S' 2 French club members will long remember their entry into the club. Initiation takes place at an evening potluck. New members must come in French costumes. The French club was founded to promote interest in the French peo- ple, their language and customs. In the fall the French club members raise money by selling personalized stationery. The French club meets l on the first Tuesday of each month. "Doesn't that look delicious?" Bonnie Hale asks Chris Thurlow and Sue Hogg at the French Club potluck. FRONT ROW: J. Klemm, L. Maxwell, TREASURER, M. Munck, PRESIDENT, G. Woidka. Schmidt. SECOND ROW: C. Krenz, K. Ross, C. Fromm, S. Behm, B. Gausa. THIRD ROW: D. fkackmeister, J. Kitzman, T. Beloknny, B. Ahlgrim, B. Borhm. FOURTH ROW: Mr, Roundhouse, SPONSOR, R. Benz, J. Gustaf- son. M. Nehls. Absent from picture, H. Collier, SECRETARY. gre ,X e H 1' 'mv ' A .1 'S 235693 Q Water -rf? Highest bidder wins this beautiful pair of sunglasses," says Shirley Booth to fellow members of the Spanish Club. Spanish Club Fiesta time brings happy memories to the members of Arthur Hill's Spanish Club who attended and helped with the program for the Bay City Handy Fiesta last May. Their big annual project is sponsoring the "Excellency in Spanish" awards given to outstanding Spanish students at the Honors Assembly. The club was organized to keep students interested in the Spanish language and to stimulate learning. Their meetings are held the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. FRONT ROW: J. Siddons, M. Pfeuffer, T. MacKinnon, J. Busch, A. Strickland, TREASURER, R. King, VICE-PRESIDENT, S. Posey, PRESIDENT, J. Stingel, SECRETARY, J. Teboe, B. Taylor, S. White. SECOND ROW: J. Wambaugh, S. Kessel, P. Towns, P. Sands, J, Rohloff, B. Porter, M. Fox, Robinson. S. Ploetz Barbara Holzhauer, German exchange student. speaks about Germany to club members. P. Rierdon, S. Hogg. THIRD ROW: S. Cann, M. Johnston, P. Loeblein, B. Hale, J. Neiderstudt, V. Ahrens, C. Schcmm, P. Burkhardt, A. Siluex, M. Webber. FOURTH ROW: B. Gallister, N. Wilson, B. Bowmcn, K. Muehlenheck, M. Knipple, L. Hicks, F. Sargent, S. Tanner, C. l.1lI'SOFl, J. Pudgcon, C. Thurlow. German lub Having been newly reorganized ,the Arthur Hill German Club received an extra bonus this year. Barbara Holzhauer, an exchange student from Germany, will be very helpful in aiding the club to lulhll its purpose, to learn more about Germany, its people and customs. Barbara will also help many other organizations of the school, introducing them to Germany. The Arthur Hill German Club is local only. It meets the second Monday of each month. FTA Joyce Challis, Sharon Robinson, Judi Turner, and Mar- jorie Hall look at the Christmas cards which the Future Homemakers sold this year. Lighting the candles is the big moment in the initiation of new members into Future I-Iomemakers Club. One candle is lighted as each of the eight purposes of the club is explained. Each year the members of the club select some F H A person or persons to receive their help. To pro- o o o mote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of homemaking is the main purpose of the club. Meetings are held the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. FIRST ROVV7 J- Ch31li5, K- BCCYY1- SECRETARY, C- Rolhv Rudy B. Trzlutman M. McAllister. FOURTH ROW: C. Krauss PRJLSIDENT' J' Pohlmfm' VICEWRESIIJENT' E' Thume' SEC' S. Meyer, J. Scherzer, E. Schwzm, J. Hinds. J. Turner, TREAS- OBD ROW. J. Krueger, C. Steiens, L. Stier, S. Robinson, C. URER, is absent from the picture. Powers, M. Hall. THIRD ROW: N. Eastwell, C. Beadle, S. wer SZ? f F, 4 FRONT ROW: J. Evans, M. Phelps, JA Lescelius, A. Hannon, C. Spicer, J. Pietrzak, G. Davis, K. Schmitten, M. Nehls, S. Keck, M. Braun, S. Webber VICE-PRESIDENT, B. Bliss PRESIDENT, M. Hart Secretary, D. Butterfield, B. Taylor, Akehurst and Mrs. Hamlin. SECOND ROW: C. Geth, M. Grief, S. Frey, M. Heney, C. Vanderlip, M. Mlhalin, G. MacRae, G. Hammel, S. McGill, N. Campbell, J. Shimmin, D, Davis, A. Shimmm, M. Webber, P. Heffel, G. Wilson, Sally Gross and J. Gaertner. THIRD ROW: R. Lziesch, L. Brockless, B. Borm, J. Compo. lt looks as if the answer to the teacher shortage can be found at Arthur Hill. The Future Teacher Club is one of the most popular in the school. The FTA tries to encourage young people of ability to go into teaching, to acquaint them with schools and their Work, and to provide actual participation in a teacher's work. Its mem- bers are active in all civic and school projects that need help. The FTA was organized at Arthur Hill in 1949. The club meets on the second and fourth Thursday of the month. C. Raymond, S. Otto, K. Eurich, M. Murphy, S. Ervin, J. Ross J. Wellendorf, B. McDermid, R. Bloomfield, D. McDowell, IN Kerns, E. Hall, J. Abbe, B. Kerr, S. White and S. White FOURTH ROW: C. Green, A. Vogel, J. Rappuhn, M. Kinkade J. Ploetz, S. Ploetz, M. Chinnery, S. Hill, L. Hersem, J. Danholf G. Johnston, A. Laing, J. Xvhalin, C. Wier, B. Harvey, J. Kapka J. Hoffman. J, Hoffman and B. Diamond. J. Inman TREASURER missing from picture. ,..., , t"' ' ' ' Judy Rappuhn, a Future Teachers Club member, observes teaching practices at Handley School. m:4 FRONT ROW: R. Krzvaniak, B. Mead PRESIDENT C, Blaine may Mr. Lytle SPONSOR B. Smith F. Bowden G. Yake B. Hensler. Future Farmers The father and son Pheasant Banquet is one of the highlights of the year in the Future Farmers Club of America. Other activities were the leadership training, a trip to Higgins Lake for the National Convention farming classes, and occasional square dances with the Future Home- makers Club. In order to become a member, a student must be enrolled in an agriculture class. The Future Farmers improve farm life and develop leadership on the farms. M VICE-PRESIDENT, B. Lonsway, TREASURER. SECOND ROYVS FRONT ROW: B. Radley, B. Cline, G. Colby R. Eurich, PRES- IDENT, S. Canole, B. Pfechotte, M. Ormes, B. Leser. SECOND ROW: Mr. Hartman. SPONSOR, K. Pass, M. Eckstrom, Z. Yeager, THIRD ROW: D. Windovcr, G. Austin, H. Bolz, K. Sackrider. FOURTH ROW: j. Dietrich, R. Meyer, F. Doerr, T. Pittman, T. Thomas. Future Partners members Ronald Krzyzaniak, Terry Pittman, Bill Meade, B. Smith, Bob Lonsway, Charles Blaine, and Mr. Lytle test soil for its adaptability in the Saginaw Valley Area. Business Leaders janet Danhoff introduces a new line of fashion for the coming season at the style show sponsored by the Hillite Business Leaders and the Decah Clubs. N. Hodgins, S. Rigg, M. Price, D. Parks, L. Williams, L. Main, P. Lemke. Missing from picture: Peggy Campbell, SECRETARY, and jim VV'ells, TREASURER. S'--1 i . , ,, At M:..ZZ?E3s?i FRONT ROXV: Mrs. Beyer, J. Langley, M. Rossow, M. McAllister, SECRETARY-TREASURER, S. Cornish, PRESIDENT, J. Powers, VICE-PRESIDENT, D. Korbein, J. Hegenauer, J. Pohlman. SEC- OND ROW: S. Hausser, M. Meade, B. Brown, M. Fox, L. Clements, S. Black, C. Thumrne, J. Jarrard. THIRD ROW: A. Leesch, M. Johnston, J. Metiva, S. Rudy, J. Balwinski, S. Paine, M. James, C. Haefele. FOURTH ROW: K. Claflin, K. Rau , K. Ducharmc, D. Orr, S. Reimus, C. Stuart. Q I NX . I Q Future Nurses 1. . "Today, we are honored to have with us . . ." Joela Powers introduces the guest speaker to the Future Nurses Club. This year the Hillite Co-op Club was divided into two different groups. One of these clubs is the Hillite Business Leaders which was formed under the sponsorship of Miss Redstone. The members of this club are currently employed doing part-time office work. They are also en- rolled in an office training class at Arthur Hill. Meetings are every third week in Room 201. The other club is called the Deca h Club. These students are concerned with retail business and are enrolled in retailing classes. Any girl who is interested in nursing as a profession should join the Future Nurses Club of America. Students wishing to become members must be juniors or seniors. These girls are given the opportunities to investigate the problems and the rewards which the nursing career offers. Often the club is host to nurses from the Saginaw hos- pitals. The Future Nurses also take part in the state rally each year. Deeah lub FRONT ROW: N. Eastwell, M. Seibert, V. Thomas, E- Spears. VICE-PRIQSIDENT, K. Seymour, PREs1DENT, A. Brown, VICE- PRESIDENT, M. Roberts, si1cRrTARY, ir, Head, TREAsURER N, Polaske. SECOND ROW: R. Munoz, S. Marceills, L. Bonkow- ski, A. Poellet, J. Brenner, K. Howland, S. Dollholf, C. Reitler K. Owen. THIRD ROW: E. Vudures, K. Slricker, C. Niederquell, S. Tronimcr, P. Dean, J. Geistman, B, Bauer, C. Pretzer, J. Konesko, Miss Redstone. . t 5. Y gym . . I Q-ezyew1r.a.......4: v FRONT ROIV: C. Stuart, M. Meade, M. Calkins, J McDonald J. Sorenson, J. Clayton, VICE-PRESIDENT, J. Clark, PRESIDENT S. Tanner, TREASURER, B. Wallace, S. Baumler, J- Fliegfil, K Mellberg, P. Trew, K. Zahn. SECOND ROYV: B. Rupprecht, S Parrish, C. Behrens, T. Belokonny, M. Brubaker, J. Ryba. K Krafft, J. Mahaffy, J. Cherry. THIRD ROW: J. Hetzner, N. Noble C. Gobble, H. Baker, M. Tyner, C. Green, J. Schmidt, N. Kurtz J. Ellars, J. Smith, V. Arins, P. Scherping, A. Schmittgen. FOURTH ROW: D. Larson, S. Henderson, T. Norbergy J- Hilborn, I Harvey, B. Morrison, J. Findlay, B. Solterman, SECRETARX T. Lentner, D. Reid, B. Thornton, J. Colden, C. Larson, J. Olson, G. Nichols, M. White, G- Fraser- Tri- lub The three "M's" don't stand for "Make more music" but lor "Modern Music Masters". In order to be considered eligible for membership a student must achieve a "B" average in music and a average in academic work, pass a test and give a performance for the club. Among its varied activities the club has sponsored a hayride, a rollerrskating party and its annual Christmas tea. The Tri-M Club meets on the second and fourth IfVednesday of each month in the music room. Paul Krieger leads the members of the Miracle Book Club in thc singing of hymns before school. mmm sauna...-11-1. ...........,.......-. . ...WW FRONT ROYV: C. Stuart, U. Siefert, J. Clark, M. Munck, P. Boyd, PRESIDENT, K. janssens, S. Posey, P. MacRac, M. Pfeufler. SECOND ROW: A. Leesch, C. Scheinm, B. Mack, D. Braun, J. Turner, B. Gerow, L. Brockless. Quill and croll Quill and Scroll pins are worn with a special pride at Arthur Hill. Every Quill and Scroll member must be a senior in the upper third of his class and must have excelled in journalism while on the News or Legenda staff. Quill and Scroll is an international honor society formed to encourage good journalism. Arthur Hill's branch of this society is known as the Treanor Chapter. Initiation meetings are held in january and May. Regular meetings are traditionally held on the day the Arthur Hill News is issued. Miracle Book Club FRONT ROXV: P. Beckler, P. Horn, J. Fliegel, B. Meier, C. Manchester, K. Finch, D. Brown, VICE-PRESIDENT, M. Moore, SECRETARY, C. Holmes, TREASURER, S. Hausser, PRESIDENT, S. Ulhite, A. Rulll, A. Dempsy. SECOND ROXV: 1. Albright, C. Huff, P. Shatldeau, S. Belnn, B. Algratn, T. Belekony, J. Mahalfy, J, McComb, B. McDerniid, G. Jacques, N. Kurtz, S. Pat Boyd serves punch to Martha Munk and Dave Braun at the initiation meeting of the Quill and Scroll. -Q Q - - Begin the day with a prayer. Anyone inter- terested in attending a devotional meeting before school is welcome to join the Miracle Book Club. It was formed to promote fellowship among Christian young people and to interest other students in the Christian way of life. Besides their regular meetings which are held every Tuesday and Thursday morning in Room 226, the Miracle Book Club holds occasional evening meetings at the homes of its members. Whitney, B. Hahn. THIRD ROXV: D. Huff, M. Perkins, H. Baker, B. Thorton, J. Hilborn, M. Mantle, J. Dutton, C. Green, J. Davis, S. Durham, D. Butterfield, J. Floeter, M. Townly, J. Zender. FOURTH ROW: R. Dotuba, M. Wallace, 1, Schneider, R. Causi, B. Hiel, O. Hiel, J. Milne, Ii. Lutcr, D. Lemtz, M'ager,'T. Norburg, L. Karls, J. Stingel, S. Beatty. FRONT ROW: M. Seidel, R. Weir, TREASURER, L. Harrell, VICE-PRESIDENT, C. Barr, PRESIDENT, R. Wight, SECRE- TARY, D. Simmons. SECOND ROW: P. Osterbeck, C. Schulwitz, T. Evans, J. Gustafson, B. Ruhl, B. Whitten. THIRD ROYV: J. Verbrugge, T. Kaiser, B. Mackay, D. Jackson, H. Prine, J. Schneider. FOURTH ROW: H. Collier, K. Downer, J. Stock. J.E.T.s. lub If you are interested in a career in engineer- ing JETS is the club for you. The initials stand for Junior Engineering Training for Schools. The AHHS JETS Club is a charter club in Michigan, organized as an outgrowth of the Math Club in 1952. The club's purpose is to stimulate and awaken interest in technical areas and to provide information and guidance for students interested in entering these helds. "Oh, I understand NOW!" says Carol Haefele to Roger Olney and Bill Martzowka. "The slide rule is really very simple after you've explained it." "So you see, the air goes uver here, creating a greater pressure underneath the airfoil." Bill Mackay and Jim Gustafson explain the principles of Bernoulli's Law to the members of the JETS Club. Math Club "Don't forget to bring your slide rule to the meeting!" The Math Club was organized to stimulate an interest in mathematics, to broaden the background of students attending club meet- ings, and to provide information pertaining to careers in which inathematics is a necessity. The AHHS Math Club is one ol' the relatively few math clubs in the state. It was organized in 1951 at the request of the students in the senior math classes that year. MATH CLUB FRONT ROXV: A. Schmitlgen, Nl. Braun, I.. Harrell, P. Osterbeck, M. Seidel, PRESIDENT, Bt-ally, SECRETARY, S. Bublitz, S. Trew, L. Karls, S. llihitney. SECOND ROXV: B. McDermid, R. Ensrer, R. Pinnell, C. Barr, J. Schneider, B. Ruhl, J. Gustafson. B. XVhitten, R. ll'eir. 'lil-HRD ROW: l.. Marker, B. Sarow, R. Taylor, T. Kaiser, T. lixans, B. McKay, A. Riethnleier, D. Birch, D. Gardener, B. BIZIIIIOWRZI, J. Stock, FOURTH ROW: R. Causi, J. Vcrbrugge, 'l'. Xlittht-ll, H. Collier, li. Downer, R. Clark, J. Simmons, D. Jackson, ll. Prine. C. Stlnilwitl, Ylfili-l'RESlDliX'li, is missing from the picture. . 5 Ka if? HIM. ALCHEMISTS FRONT ROWV: Mr. Warren, SPONSOR, S. Dieckman, R. King, j. Humpfrey, PRESIDENT, M. Zacharias, VICE-PRESIDENT, R. Bloomfield, L. Karls, S. Cornish. SECOND ROW: J. Pate, C. Stander, K. Schmittgcn, S. Alexander, S. Beatty, M. Townley, M. Ederer. THIRD ROW: N. Kerns, S. Saclcrwater, M. Pries, P. Hayden, B. Mack, C. McFarland. Alchemists John Schneider and C-us Schulwitz dilute ai chemical for a chemistry experiment. Nail "VY is , I ... elipgfi Crash, Bang, Sizzle. Alchemist members, Kay Schmittgen, Roxane Bloomfield, and Saundra Alexander, experiment with chemicals. Crucibles Club "What do you know, I made Crucibles!" Membership in this honorary science club Qfor boysj - and in Alchemists Qfor girlsj is a coveted honor. In this age of science it is im- portant that our young people be well informed in the helds of chemistry and related subjects. These clubs are helping to achieve that aim. All members of Cruciblcs and Alchemists must have a B average in all classes. Founded in 1933 the clubs were the first science clubs to be organzied in Michigan. FRONT RONV2 Mr. XVJIITCII, SPONSOR, AI. Schneider, T. Evans R. Mlight, VICE-PRESIDICNT, C. Sehulwitv, PRESIDENT, l' Osterbeck. NI. Seidel, J. Verhrugge. SECOND ROW: C. Barr, ll Collier, I.. Lctldy, J. Daly, j. Boise, ll. lflyslop, G. lVc'iker. FRONT ROW: G. Schulwitz, TREASURER, C. Burt, VICE-PRES- IDENT, G. Alcorn, R. Herlick, SECRETARY, D, Scott, PRESI- DENT.SECOND ROVV: F. Dall, R. Omness, J. Eisenhower, R. Schmidt, D. Bell. THIRD ROW: Bluelein, N. Ryder, S. Mathews, D. Smith. Mr. Burnerr, SPONSOR. Radio Club "VV8l-IJM calling KSBRD. YVSHJM calling KSBRD. Come in, K8BRD." Two members of the Arthur Hill Amateur Radio Club are trying to contact each other. Each member must have an interest in meeting and working with other ham radio operators. The members attend the meetings 'oi the Saginaw Valley Amateur Radio Association which meets on the Hrst Friday of the month at the lVaterworks Building. The Arthur Hill Amateur Radio Club meets on call in Room 219. Mary Ann Jarvis and Penny Forbes inspect the target they were shooting at. Hams get together to talk to other hams Rifle Club How do you shoot a gun? This question is asked by many new members of the Riiie Club. The club was organized lor lour main purposes: to teach safety in handling arms, good shooting ability, conservation, and sportsmanship. Mem- bers occasionally participate in matches and re- view pin awards lor good marksmanship as they are earned. The club meets every lllednesday after school at the Arthur Hill Riile Range. PRESIDENT FRONT ROW: J. Hillborn, J. Oglestone, L. Rupp, K. Bernard, VICE-PRESIDENT, N. Ryder, TREASURER, M Mikan, C. Forbes. SECOND RONV: Mr. Schallx, T. Tarrant, A Weigel, D. Schoenmeyer, J. Eisenhower, BI. Jarvis, NI. Brubaker THIRD ROW: J. Scthalk, K. Robart, K. Mcll, B. Finger, M Hlolpert. KX "w HAL.-vagal It iimflAm :Lie1 27'S2Z?a2 . . . "I can hardly wait to try out my new bowling shoes," says Carol Koehler to Karen Gunther and Joanne Firchau. atural Science Wihy do they cut up those poor little frogs? Join the Biology Club and learn more about this fascinating subject. You are eligible to join if you are presently or were formerly enrolled in a biology or natural science class. The purpose of the club is to promote the special study and enjoyment of biology. Its members often par- ticipate in field trips to various areas around Saginaw County. The Biology and Natural Sci- ence Club meet on the second and fourth Tues- day of each month. Bob Enszer explains a map of the heavens to members of the Natural Science Club. FRONT ROYVZ Mrs. Russell, J. McNicklc, S. Morey, J. Clause SECRETARY, L. Schirmer, PRESIDENT, P. Sargent, VICE PRESIDENT, A. Ruhl, B. Blodgett, TREASURER, J. Diebold SECOND ROW: V. Serrin, C. Birch, P. Swift, G. Jacques, J Schmidt, H. Berlin, J. Schultz, D. liidlin, J. Olson, G. Verhcy THIRD ROW: J. Yarmuth, C. Kolbler, B. Muchlenbcck, L. Gosen R. Neuwirth, S. Gardyszewski, B. Rigg, J. Gehringer, J. Dittmar B. Shafe, B. Raymond, J. TenEyck, J. Wall, J. Stanton. U Bowling "There it goes . . . oh oh, is it going to go into the gutter? . . . No, it's hit them . . . will it ever fall? . . . a Strike! It's a Strike everybody!" For the hrst year Arthur Hill has a mixed bowl- ing league. The league was founded to develop more interest in better bowling. Each member becomes a member of the American Junior Bowl- ing Congress. At the end of the year, the club sponsors a banquet at which the winning teams are honored with trophies. The Bowling Club meets every Thursday at the Recreation Center. FRONT ROW: J. Gunn, B. Bowers, W. Wilson, PRESIDENT, J. Schneider, VICE-PRESIDENT, E. Wager, M. Mathews. SECOND ROW: L. Markey, D. Polus, B. Grinnell, J. Iialkenbruch, D. Brink, C. Wvenner. THIRD ROWV: J. Hillborn, B. Feigcr, R. Enszer, A, Clark, T. Norburg, Mr. Case, SPONSOR. Tiioxr ROW: J. sanga, J. Tam, ii. webbe.-, S, Aicxamie.-, 'ruyloe S. Keck. 1. vlcrfmk. M. Nchls. A. Rosa. s. Teboe, R. BloomF1eld, j. Abbe, S. Beatty, D. Butterfield, L. Karls. MCCOIHU, 5- CNHI- FOURTH ROW1 J- HUFSI, L. BYOCNCSS, C SECOND ROW: S. Neiderstadt, K. Schluckbier, K. Bernard, B. SPECT, J- 5ChY0CflET, A- L- HHFIYIOH, 5. Denler, S. Nelson, J BLll'nS, E. VV2il'll, bl. HLIYI, S. Durham, Davis. THIRD ROXV: ll. Bcfneckcr- Usher Club "Center section, twelfth row, eighth seat, where's that?" You don't have to know. You can ask a member of the Ushers' Club. These girls help at the Semester plays, the Bound Bounce, and the Play Tournament. Red Cross Did your advisory have 100'Z1 in the Junior Red Cross Member- ship Drive? The officers and ad- visory representatives worked hard to make the campaign such a success. Sponsor is Miss Patow. Service Club UNO, you cannot go to your lock- er before the bell rings,"-famous last words of the Service Club members. These girls are sta- stationed at every door in order to keep eager students out of the halls until eight o'clock. Sponsor is Mr. Morrow. The Officers iff the Junior Red Cross are Fred Clark, VICEYPRES IDENT, Marilyn Hart, PRESIDENT, jucly Bolger, TREASURER Carol Haefele, SECRETARY is missing from the picture, Service Club members: SEATED: S. Hauser, Parrish, C. Pitch, j. Smith. STANDING: M, Erlerer, L. Rose, J. Roach, A. L. Hannon. R. Iiderer. FRONT ROW: L. Blynn, M. Tyner, S' Pryer, J. Phillips, T. M, Ricter, S. White, J. Graft, j. Boertman, G. Hammel, G. Smith A-IMKINNON, PRESIDENT, L. Schneider, v1cE-PR1zs1D1aN'r, THIRD ROWI B- Morrison- 4- RUSH- B- Snyder- P- IVHHWOYYHCY c. Gagnon, SECRETARY-TREASURER, c. oumnor, M. Walker, P- Kufkafd- R- Pfms- P- 0 Rlofdanf 5- Plow- J- Ifrmg- R. Schmalitz. SECOND ROW: A. Vogel, K. Andrews, 1. Wressell, FRONT ROW: J. Russell, M. Sheltraw, A. Ruhl, G Veray, D. Fidlin, C. Thurlow. SECOND ROW: M. MacConnel, P. Hill, B. Hale, C. Green, J. Barber, M Martin, C. Mayer. THIRD ROW: K. Zahn, J. Krause M. Pendell. A. Laing, G. jacques, C. Reid. S. Reiner. 0 , . Swlmmers A1 ds Glug, glug, glug, and down you go! Not if there's a Swim- mers' Aid around you don't. Every hour two or more Swim- mers' Aids assist Miss Rockwood and Mr. Gainey in the pool. Aqualites Enjoy the assembly the Aqua- lites were in? These girls spend many hours outside of school practicing with Miss Rockwood. There are two groups, beginners and advanced. FRONT RONV: M. Tyner, J. Phillips, T. MacKinnon S. Rosenberg, C, O'Connor, M. Walker, B. Sliabluk, C Snider. SECOND ROW: C. Westwood, G. Smith, D Benjamin, S. Wressell, J. Irving, B. Dewell, B. Gerow THIRD ROW: J. Izzo, E. Anderson, A. Knox, N. Wolf C. Holmes, P. Falkenberg, K. Beem. SIAYDINC H Beadlc S Jewell I Brefka D Bowlsbv H0 rfqrnkc riizi Prone SSES SEATEDZ Cay-,,c.'R0tr1,g Kriust Did you enjoy your sewing and cooking classes this year? Part of the credit goes to the eight Homemaking Hostesses. Each girl spends one hour each day helping in the homemaking de- partment. 'l 4-HH-Q 1 'Y' W W 'i W'W"5TWN'Sm' STAGE CREW: FRONT ROW: A. Stalker, D. Ormes, R- Chickv- SECOND ROW: F. Dall. B. Wallis. C. Light. Health Room Assistants: FRONT ROW: j. Solgatc, J. Gorsuch, R. Baker, S. Bauder, C. Thummeg SECOND ROW: S. Miller. D. Renshaw, j. LaFleur, S. Robinson, C. Diamond, R. Feuerstein, S. Evans, M. Rosa. HALL MONITORS: FRONT ROW: F. Zanncr. j Bomarito. P. Neiman, B. Demand. SECOND ROW: AI. Day, R. Spence C. Washburn. v 148 Stage Crew "The scene changes . . ." due to the backstage magic of the stage crew who busily scurry about moving props and furni- ture, operate lights, and pull the curtain on cue. Health Assistants Spending one hour each day in the Health Room is the duty of the Health Room Assistants. These girls work to make your stay in the Health Room more comfortable. Sponsor is Mrs. Beyer. Hall Monitors "Keep out of the halls. Classes are in session." The ob- ject of the Hall Monitors is to keep the students out of the closed halls during both lunch hours. Sponsor is Mr. Morrow. CllCCl'lCIlLll'l'SI j. Phillips, J. Humphrey, Al. Tcnney, C. Gagnon, AI. Hurt. C. Chappell, J. Schnzxrr. Cheerleaders "Satisfied, real satisiiedf' that's how we feel about our cheer- leaders. At football games, bas- ketball games, and pep rallies, they whoop up the enthusiasm of the spectators. Senior Hostesses Adding to the friendly atmos- phere at Arthur Hill are the Senior Hostesses. Each serves one hour a day in the Community Room, welcoming visitors, help- ing teachers, and giving tests. Members of the Projection Club: B. lXIartmwkzi, D. Smith, A. Riethmeier, J. Fahrcnbruch, R. Haskin. SEATED: Janice McLeod, Judith Plocu, and Pal Boyd. STANDING: Nancy Kerns, Ann Strickland, Rosalie King. and Sandra Cornish. Projection Crew Remember the movies you saw in class this year? The boys of the Projection Crew move the equipment, set up the films and run the pictures. Mr. Case is responsible for training them. wi? . W fig:-S -, ,T . I W1 ,.,. - ., Rw sahy 7 3-Fff' .,.-.... - 55" ,W,,g,, .- ""' U 1 " ., .,-.v.. 2 ..,.. ,.. ' , . , - """ : fi: ig .,,, .,.: -P ' -'-"' I ,.,. Zigi? " M, k Q ""' " ,-..iizfag55,-:,,:,,-j:f"f -, .... X fegwig bx- s x s ' ' "-- - .,,g:,fb- .M A .,.... j ,g M,,, M an -"- ,. - "" i'.I.'f'I,ffl-.L-gs , - "' H V W ' Q2 N A - :, ,gh Ng : :gawk Jar SJ' Y, 5 MA A ' ww A 9:55211 is ,gf-M xi' 'Ni is ,M xv MW. 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Again this season the tennis squad won the vast majority of their encounters in dual-meet competition. The netmen ended up by losing only three out of nine clashes. About the only team which gave the nCtt61'S any trouble was a rugged Bay City Central squad. The highlight of the 1957 season was the regional meet held at Owosso. Here, the powerful Hills romped over all opposition and captured Hrst place in the meet with little difficulty. 1957 SEASON RECORD ARTHUR HILL 5 FLINT CENTRAL ...... . . . 2 ARTHUR HILL 2 BAY CITY CENTRAL . 5 ARTHUR HILL 4 SAGINAW HIGH ......, , . . 3 ARTHUR HILL 6 FLINT NORTHERN . . . , . . 1 ARTHUR HILL 7 SAGINAW HIGH . . , , . 0 ARTHUR HILL 2 MIDLAND ....,..... . . . 5 ARTHUR HILL 7 PONTIAC .....,......., , . . 0 ARTHUR HILL 7 FLINT NORTHERN . . . . . 0 ARTHUR HILL 6 PONTIAC ....,.,,.. . . . 1 ARTHUR HILL 5 MIDLAND ......,..... . . . 2 ARTHUR HILL 7 FLINT CENTRAL ....... . . . 0 ARTHUR HILL 3 BAY CITY CENTRAL . . , . . . 4 FIRST IN REGIONAL MEET FRONT ROIN: D. Bradt, T. Mfilliams, B. Clements, J. Hartman, T. Carey, J. Hughes, D. Fisher, B. Graves, A. Gay, and J. Kolch. SECOND ROXV: D. Darby, S. Hyvonen, WI Riepe, J. Mauro, H. Jones, N. Tuttle, R. MacArthur, WV. Patterson, N. Rosales, and G. Hayman. THIRD ROXV: R. Stevens, D. Ziemba, M. Seidel, D. Frank, L. Mascar, E. Gwiazdowski, D. Carpenter, D. Russel, R. Ziemba, and M. Watson. FOURTH ROWV: A. Chooljian, R. Schaefer, L. Burman, L. Toft, B. Vlhitten, J. Kurtz, J. Bauer, G. Solner, L. Sproull, and D. McDowell. FIFTH ROW: Head Coach Glen Mason, R. jones, T. Drake, R. Stingel, G. Helmkamp, P. McCarty, J. McCarger, j. Stock, J. Gwiazdowski, and R. Ruhl. SIXTH ROW: Coach John McCarger, Managers T. Mitchel and D. Dinse, Coaches Seymour Murphy and Kurt Kampe. indermen Displa trength Again this year the Arthur Hill tracksters rounded out the 1957 season with no losses in dual-meet competition. Playing a vital role in this string of wins was the Hill's top rniler, -Dick Fisher. The thinclads continued with the good Work right on through the final regional meet held at Arthur Hill. In this meet the cindermen captured fourth place to finish out a very fine season. 1957 TRACK RECORD Seventh in Saginaw-Arthur Hill Invitational Meet Tenth in Outdoor Relays at Mt. Pleasant Sixth in Valley Meet Fourth in Regional Meet Arthur Hill thinclads in action on the track. r VARSITY GOLF-Left to Right: Coach Iim Hooper, Chet Fobear, Paul Brechtelsbauer, jerry Hutchinson, Tony Barnard, and Bob Hart. 1957 VALLEY STANDINGS Flint Central .. ,........,..rr..,..,.,.,... ...First ARTHUR HILL Pontiac .4....,.......... Saginaw High ,,.i. Bay City Central Second i ,.,... Third Fourth ......,Fifth Flint Northern ..... ...,.., S ixth mga Wi 39 -A .J Captain Chet Fohear, only three year letter winner, shot consistently in the low 80's. IfVith four returning lettermen the Arthur Hill linksmen wound up the 1957 golf season by winning 7 matches and losing only 2 in valley competition. A total of 334 strokes was an ample score to gain second place in the valley meet. The quintet kept up the good work by taking third in the regional meet and hfth in the state meet. This record meant ll very Fine season for Coach James Hooper and his squad. Linksmen Conquer Greens Bob Hart played the number 3 or 4 position and was the only sopho- more letterwinner. Paul Brechtelsbauer won 7 matches this past season which resulted in jerry Hutchinson was the outstanding mem- many needed points for the Hillite TONY Bflfmlfd WHS the leadmg Pomt ber of the Hill squad. He was the Valley five- gettef Winning 7 out of his 8 matches- Medalist with a stunning score of 77. 154 Is1:2..j:' ,:, l"' 55f"5 , E' I Nati Rosales was the harrier's only three-year let- ,,.. .... . l,,,' terwinner. He won the many needed seconds and thirds for the Lumber-lack cause. V. 'f -I "" 213.-.gI'SQ,if??.'i'g -'-' I "" : 'f'Exi47?Qgy5,yg,,,g 5-' f-'- - 31 ' A 51 --.- E? 5 1 Zi fi I"2- " 'f'E : -V at ff alf a . - "" - ' ' 5 ' :sf " L im '-'- I f 5 ' 'I 1957 VALLEY STANDINGS 1 Flint Central ..,...,..,.,,....,............ First Valley record breaker, Dick Dar- ARTHUR HILL -4--- ..4--.- S econd by, was never defeated during Pontiac ,,,,,,,4,.,,,,44, ,,,,,, T hird regular season competition. The Hill's number one speedster took Saginaw High 4.....,.. .......Fourth Bay City Central .r.... ..4...,, F ifth H t l ' l h th ll l . . rs p aces m not e va ey am Flint Northern ..... ......,. S ixth Thinclads Win Regional Finishing the l95'7 regular season with 3 wins and 2 losses, Arthur Hill's cross-coun- try team had their usual good record. Ala though the harriers were defeated twice in dual and tri-meet competition, they came roaring back in their encounters of the val- ley, regional, and state meets. This come- back was due to the steady improvement of the team and the fine coaching of Ed Petzko. 1957 RECORD Second in Valley Meet First in Regional Meet Fourth in State Meet Larry Burman, Wayne Patterson, and Pete Marks proved to be outstanding performers in this year's action. FRONT ROW: J. Kulak, D. Darby, YV. Patter- son, N. Rosales, R. Stevens, L. Burman, and P. Marks. SECOND ROYV: K. Mulholland, S. Hyvo- ncn, G. Helmkamp, R. Schafer, R. Haskin, P. Watters, R. Kelley, and E. Boyd. THIRD ROXV: Mgr. J. Leib, R. Garber, J. Lucas, B. Dork, R. Zimba, J. Clement, and Coach Edward Petzko. 1958 VALLEY CHAMPIONS FRONT ROW: P. Cox, Day, D. McMath, Williams, Capt. R Gage, P. Nieman, J. Leaman, D. Young, and Coach David Gainey. SECOND ROW: T. Laflerty, C. Nieman, B. Lord, D. Schrems, T. Schadt, B. G. Williams, J. Hale, B. Vorxdette. THIRD ROW: B Hyslop, M. Hackett, B. Northway, C. King, C. Shankel, K. Trask, H. Light, R. Lazuras. FOURTH ROXV: J. Mahar, R. Mueller, Mgrs. G. Berkompas, B. Hyslop, R. Pfeulfer, H. Prine, Head Mgr. T. Boyd. Yea Hillites, Swim, Swam, Swum Arthur Hill swimmers jump for joy as one of their fellow tankers captures a closely contested first place. T Wfi9t5ia'fS'i.z . in 5 wc J V If V sl 73193535 UABLEQM' 4... WST? 4' liiliakxmf 'M ""M - ..,. rl. Y 5 V.. Bill Williams was the top performer for the Hill cause in diving this season. This season's outstanding relay team was the 200-yard medley which was composed of Ron Gage, jim Williams, jim Hale, and joe Day. Tankers Terror Uf Valley The Arthur Hill tankers won all their dual meets but one this season. The swimmers came in first in the Invitational Relays, topping their closest opponents, Saginaw High, by 35 points. The tankers won all their valley meets in a man- ner that left no doubt as to who was the strongest team. In a close meet against Battle Creek, one of the state's best teams, Arthur Hill lost. Ron Gage, captain of this year's squad, was also the outstanding swimmer. Voted all-Ameri- can as a junior last year, he continued to show great prowess in his specialty, the backstroke. Ron broke a record in every high school pool he swam this year, coming within .7 of a second of setting a new national backstroke record. As to be expected, the Tankers took First in the Valley Meet held at Flint Northern. In doing so, they ran up a score which was practically twice that of their nearest competitors, Saginaw High. In State Meet competition at the U of M, the Aquamen captured an admirable fourth place which closed out a very fine and successful season. VARSITY RECORD Arthur Hill Pontiac Arthur Hill Flint Northern Arthur Hill Saginaw High Arthur Hill Bay City Central Arthur Hill Flint Central Arthur Hill Battle Creek Arthur Hill Flint Central Arthur Hill Pontiac Arthur Hill Flint Northern Arthur Hill Saginaw High Arthur Hill Bay City Central Arthur Hill Fordson ARTHUR HILL INVITATIONAL RELAYS Arthur Hill ..... ,...,..........,......,.....,.........,..,.....,,..,.,...... F irst VALLEY MEET Arthur Hill ..,,..,..,,.........,.........,........,,,.., ...,... F irst STATE MEET Arthur Hill ...,.... ...,......,.,,.........,...,... ...,,.. F o urth 157 Big joe Day, Hill butterfly specialist, walks to the bench a little tired after a hard swum race. Senior Dave McMath shows the form he used as a key link in the Hillite freestyle relay team. Jim Hale, a junior, was the number l breaststroke man for the Tankers this season. quamen Sink , ll Oposition As a team committee member and Hne diver, Pete Cox was a big asset for the Mermen. E Senior Mgrs. Bob Hyslop, Gary Berkompas, and Head Mgr. Tom Boyd played an outspoken role in the Swim TC2l1Il'S success this season. - f ?" f . W qw? , 1 Plfllllllllllllt Wtetxtt Mfunnztr SWIMHERS 'if Senior jim Leaman strokes to another victory in his specialty, the 200- yard freestyle. Senior jim Williams, a team committee member, gasps for air after a stunning victory in the 50-yard freestyle. Dee Young, a junior, glances up at Two year All-American Capt. Ron Gage was one of the top high school backstrokers in the nation this sea- son. Bread and butter man Paul Nieman, a senior, was an All-American selection and state meet qualifier for the past two seasons. the bench after capturing a first place in the 100-yard freestyle. Mike Seidel, Hillite speed king, proved outstanding in both offense and de- : . f 1957 VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD FRONT ROIV: B. Kolleth, Ivells, B. Ahrens, G. NVeiker, Captain T. Harvey, H. Hinds, I... Schmidt, NI. Seidel, and P. Doersam. SECOND ROXY: Head Football Coach Kurt Kanipe, B. Dukarski, B. Arndt, V. Mosea, R. Clark, T. Seutt, D. Carpenter, J. Little, I.. Leddy, Line Coach Emerson Grossman, and End Coach John MeCarger. THIRD ROW: D. Kutsch, XVolf, J. Helpap, T. Evans, IV. Dirker, J. Schneider, L. Masker, D. Frank, and G. Bishop. FOURTH ROWV: B. Jones, D. Miller, J. Mauro, R. Cesarz, S. Glick, K. Wenzel, J. Stock, L. Olvera, R. Jones, and G. Hayman. FIFTH ROW: l'. Bird, I.. Sproull, B. Glass, J. Garinger, K. Grube, G. Sollner, B. Riepe, H. Jones, and Bublitz. SIXTH ROIV: Mgr. D. Dinse, Mgr. R, Peters, D. Towns, D. Sting, J. Mason, Strieker, Mgr. L. Nitz, and Mgr. T. Hebbener. Hillite Bae is Show Determination I'Vork horse Bob Ahrens was the second highest scorer of the Lumberjaek fame' eleven. ,M E f , I ' J , F in 'I f :gwl'l'P" Q 'ii' "" ' D " " David Carpenter xoted this years most valuable player was the leading scorer with 7 TD'5 to his credit ' K I I .,... , , . , A 160 . ..., .QQ ii! 2 1 3 Q IW' S .25 'Wray HN? Big Paul Doersam and Coach McCarger are talking over the situation on a mud-drenched gridiron during the Grand Rapids Catholic Central game. Hills Win pener Il Drenched Field Gaining that nccded yardage was no trick for quick thinking quarterback Herb Hinds. if - A fogrhlled stadium set thc stage for the drama portrayed on the Hill bench during the Flint Central encounter. 161 Captain Tom Harvey was highly ranked in both playing and leadership ability. The football season this year seemed to be predomi- nated by bad weather. Players and fans alike became ac- customed to rain, fog, and mud. The Hillites won 3 and lost 6. In the opening game they ran to victory over Grand Rapids Catholic Central, stopping them cold with a score of 10-0. The Lumber-jacks also triumphed over Alpena and Bay City Handy, beat- ing Alpena 34-13 and walloping Handy with a score of 34-6. Since the Hills won no games in the Saginaw Valley League, they took last place. Halfback Dave Carpenter was elected by his teammates as the outstanding player this year. His pile-driving, ground-gaining attack scored 7 Lumberjack touchdowns and helped on others. Captain for this year's team was Tom Harvey, who played tackle. Next year's co-captains are Phillip Bird and Donald Mun- ger. Juniors this year, they have shown promise of being excellent players and leaders in next year's competition. An outstanding lineman on both offense and defense, guard John Wells was selected to the all-valley second team and all-state honorable mention. Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur Arthur 1957 SEASON RECORD Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill 10 0 34 12 6 12 34 7 0 Hill Gridmen Exhibit Sport we we w ,Www Q M., www Gr. Rapids Catholic 0 Midland 33 Alpena 13 Pontiac 20 Bay City Central 26 Flint Central 27 Bay City Handy 6 Flint Northern 20 Saginaw High 32 smanship End Roger Clark, guard john WVells, and another unidentihed Lumber- jack are congratulating the opposi- tion on their victory after the heart- breaking defeat by Saginaw High. Coach Kurt Kampe is giving some on-the-spot instructions to Herb - - It's tough to lose. Hinds before the quarterback again enters the "held of battle." pposition Tough For Lumberjacks Coach Kampe is yelling a last minute direction before Tackle john Wolf was one of the few a fast Closing time out ends' linemen that played consistently on the first team during the entire season. Scrambling back to first base in a close play against Saginaw High is Lumberjack shortstop Ray Graham. The Brst Hillite to reach base in the 1957 baseball This was one of those heart- breaking years for Coach Wil- liam Vondette and his Varsity Baseball Squad. The hard-luck team wound up the 1957 season in a tie for the Saginaw Valley League basement position. Des- pite the teamwork and hitting power of this year's team, their Won-lost record showed the bal- ance of the Hillite's league tangles over weighed to the games-lost side of the scale. Al- though the Lumberjacks did not fare too well in this year's com- petition, their outlook for a fine team next season is very bright. Aithur Hill pitcher Tom Varner is about to hit the dirt at home plate to score another tally for the Iumberjack cause season was centeriielder Bill Kolleth Diamondmen Exhibit Teamwork They did it! For the first time in three years the North won the annual North-South intramural basketball game. Defeated was Mrs. O'Dell's advisory of the South. Mr. Roundhouse's advisory won in a close game by a score of 32 to 30. Roundhouse's team was favored and held a good lead through- out most of the game. In the last quarter, however, the Rebels made a valiant come- back but fell short of tying the Yanks by two points. INTRAMUR.-XL CHAMPS FRONT ROYV: K, Fischer, D. Stewart, J. Fliegcl, D. Smith, K. Smith SECOND ROXV: Adviser-Nlr. Roundhousc, L. Swarthout, R. Spence F. Phillmore, R. Stingel. orth Squeaks By South INTRAMURAL RUNNERS-UP FROIXT ROYV: L. Metiva, Morhartlt, B. Miller. R. Minarcl, G. Furman. yvju he make up Dem-,Y Smith goes up for Q Shot as SECOND ROW1 Adviser-MW oben' Meyer' F- MCYIOHG, Price, F- teammates and 0DPOnents look on in the North-South intra- Nllklosoiic, B. Minor, XV. Mead, H. Ratlifle. mural basketball game. The Arthur Hill cagers finished this season with a Valley standing of fifth place. In spite of hard drill and hard play, the basketeers just couldn't seem to click during regular season play. The season began with Arthur Hill winning two non'valley games, Ann Arbor 50 to 48 and Bay City Handy 47 to 42. This promising start was soon upset, however, by the loss of three Valley games. Our chief rivals, Saginaw High, beat the Hills two times, but each game was a close decision with the score of the first game 40 to 43 and the second 62 to 66. Of the games won, two were Valley games and both times the opposition was Bay City Central. Although the team's won-lost record was not the best, this did not reflect the true quality and potential of the Quintet. Out of the ten games lost by the Bucketmen, six of the encounters were not lost by more than five points. The true potentiaL.of the Hoopsters began to show when tournament action rolled around. The Quintet's comeback started to catch fire when the squad warped the Midland Chemics in the District Tournament. The Hillites kept the spark burning in the Regional Tournament when they whipped Flint Northern, a team that had beaten the Hills in two previous meetings during the regular season play. In the championship game of the Regional Tournament at Flint, the Bucketman lost a heart-breaker to a powerful Flint Central squad. VARSITY SEASON RECORD Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Arthur Hill Ann Arbor Bay City Handy Pontiac ,......,,,..., Flint Northern Saginaw High ,. Bay City Central Lansing Sexton Flint Central ..,. Midland .,....,,.,.. Flint Central ,... Pontiac .......,..,... Flint Northern Midland ...,......,. Saginaw High ., Bay City Central DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Arthur Hill ..,...,,..., 58 Midland .......,,.,. REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Arthur Hill ..,...,..,.. 48 Flint Northern ,. Arthur Hill .,...,.,...... 57 Flint Central .... To Conquer We Try Driving in for a lay up after a breakaway is guard jim Rae. 166 ' Coach Chuck Fowler is giving some vital directions to his squad as they line up for a foul shot. -as Q N 1, iff? .- we an of ,J V M e. A. A ims Xa , my-4 '31 1? 'i ,.,wf,:'w2:f u isawf. rf?-'f E Q .:'1?'1rf'1'??? fu uf :Aff fi id I . X' RWM A 1 35 . isf1 , 355 1 H "-' W "'-', 4 F x f . iwwfzv, JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD FRONT ROW: B. Geyer, B. Minard, l'. YVendlcr, J. Mason, T. Vonclctlc, and P. Bishop. SECOND ROYV: Coach S. Murphy, J. Bushey, D. Hartman, Garinger, J, Slricker, S. Kirchner, G. Cann, and IV. Vitale. THIRD ROIV: Mgr. B. Raymond, R. Branch, G. Slackta, R. Bebe, P. Datema, IV. Seymour, B. Ansevics, and T. Cousineau. Basketeers Capture District All eyes are on the ball as center Doersam makes a last second , Air born forward jack Mauro lunge to save it. uxvvvn--.rw -,.- II-.. W L' I . . F ' 'f ' Forward Blu R16 je deies the Law oruard Street drnes around his 1 opponent for another tally on the of Gravity as he goes up for a jump shot. Ball hawk Bob Hart scoreboard. Tension mounts up during thc Saginaw High game as ll much deserved time out is about to end. reaps the fruits of his ball stealing antics. v .-.,. v- Y 3 ..... ,..,. W. , ...W Going in for a lay up is Big Paul Doersam. L, CHEERS TOO! for THE GASE BAKING COMPANY RAYMOND A. HART, D.D.S. GLENN E. BARTON, D.D.S. 427 North Michigan Avenue 427 North Michigan Avenue Phone PL 5-0488 Phone Pl- 5-0483 Quality Shoes for the Entire Family BIERI-EIN DRUGS JOCHEN SHOES Prescriptions Our Specialty 420 East Genesee Avenue JGWBIYY-C2l'G'l'liCS IQO6 Coup-I S1-reeJr T301 C TS? 1' . . . our ree Saginaw, Michigan on the west side since 1888 . . :E 1 R A I L. SU X T 25 "'J"vAw Q , S WAVIIJQQ Ml, XM. r - Ss is Q IIIIIQI X .rr-.. i I lr' lilili , , E D: I I I I 'TH Iili 1 4 1 'Y " ' ' ""f"" " "YOUR FAMILY KNOWS US AND WE WANT TO MEET YOU" msunso sAvINGs Q Q and loan Ho... Saginaw Savings ,,,s.,ci.,,i.,,, Michigan at Cass THE WICKIES CORPORATION Divisions WICKES MACHINE TOOL WICKES BOILER COMPANY THE UNITED STATES GRAPHITE COMPANY CHARLES WOLOHAN, INC. SAGINAW GRAIN COMPANY MICHIGAN BEAN COMPANY Export-Import-Foreign COMPANIA MINERA DE SAN JOSE, S. A. WORTH ASKING FOR! 301 North Water PL 2'2I55 I I F62 706 Dame 7a "Where AII Good Friends MeeI" State at Court FOUNTAIN - SHORT ORDERS DINNERS RUPPP6Cht,S Market High Quality Foods May Be Secured From Our Abundant Supply 26I8 State Sfreef Saginaw Oil Company M00 E BOWLI G ALLEY 3""'3"' 220 N. HAMILTON Phone PL 3-4044 .IAN ES AVENUE TE CO Ven Auken - Graebner - Mason, Inc. 1856 - Insurance - 1956 100 Years of Service 202 Greebner lldg. Phone Pl. 2-1161 CLARK'S DRUG AND SURGICAL STORE Prescription Experts Pl 5-0473 Pl. 2-5665 518 West Genesee MACDONALD and STINGEL Office Supplies andd Equipment Phone PL 3-5483 408-410 W. Genesee Ave. RAY GAUDREAU The Florist Phone PL 3-8777 404 W. Genesee Ave. ENRIGHT-TOPHAM CO. YELLOW CAB A thinking fellow calls a Yellow 218-240 North Baum Phone PL 2-3117 THE ANACKER SHOP I Morley Arcade Books, Cards Gill Wrappings TEXACO PRODUCTS DEFORE S 605 Lapeer Phe e PL 23453 HUB APPLIANCE STORES of SAGINAW Saqinaw's "Only Authorized Kinqston Dealer" I RUGS - FURNITURE - PICTURES ,. . WAGNER'S TOG SHOP 116 N. Michigan Ave. Sportswear for Men IA! J Dave jackson 223 N. Hamilton Phone PL 3-8426 ANDERSON'S Charcoal Broiled Steaks Broiled in the "Cook 'N' Kettle" Phone PL 3-8172 516 W. Genesee Winterstein's Hardware Paints, Window Shades Sporting Goods Phone PL 3-7767 3516 State St. HAGERL'S JEWELRY 112 S. Michigan THE H. R. TERRYBERRY CO. Grand Rapids, Michigan Official Class Ring and Pin Dealer and Manufacturer for Arthur Hill High School asks Pat Home if she likes blue 5' er s ,ff Tk' ,ff ' ' , I or onyx better as the saleslady from Hagerl's . Wes., Y . . , A - f u jewelry helps him. PANIIUNIN-IIEXALL DRUGS Michigan at Court "Aren't these sodas the most?" Sue Keck says to Louis Harrell as they are sipping sodas in Pankonm Drug. lrmsn FURNITURE WI'-l-0-WYN'S BAUER 8- BAUER Fun I'r'rNlm, CLASS or '14 Bridal and Formal Appurel CLEANERS - DYERS 416418 Hancock 5006! 619 East Genesee Avenue 311N0ffh Hamilton Phone PL 5-8101 Z Hamilfon Home Bakery me Made Baked Goods TRUNK CO. II8 N. Hamilfon Phone PL 2-3586 415 E. Genesee 2621 State Street SHEA'S SAGINAW lc: AND COAL Kundinger Hardware 2414 suns smear D's"'b"""s of Phone PL 2 2505 sPssnwAY FUEL on. The best un eouupment for ALL SPORTS 524 E Genesee Phone PL 5 4677 NIUE'-LER BROTHERS NUECHTERLEIN BRADY sc:-HRMER cf COMPANY INSURANCE Hwkey Freeman Customized Clothes 708 Second National Bank Bldg Phone PL 5 8105 Hotel Bancroft Buxldmg H14 N Prflghsggv one Wm C Honey 82: Co GYGDVIIIB S Member New York Sfock Exchange I05 SECOND NATIONAL BANK BUILDING PL 5 3424 Phones PI- 5 3425 or good shoes or the entire amd 128 N WASHINGTON AVENUE Phone PI- 2-4653 Established 1882 It's--- ' 7 ' ' ' ' f ,f ' f 'y DICJVV .. .'hwo The J. W. Ippel Company DRY GOODS Court ond Michigan Established 1891 "I think these are the neatest gloves!" says Barb Taylor to Judy Peterzak as one of the clerks in Ippel's helps her on a pair. Hans! Q DOWNTOWN JEFFERSON at FEDERAL ' o BRANCH orrlcs x x STATE at MACKINAW DoN'T SETTLE -H- Forz LESS THAN 31 Per Annum Current Rate ,-I--iii lnllllllll ,E ,ggjtlcli Turner and Sharon Black hold up the sharp reversible pleated skirts in Seitner's as they try to decide which one they like the hest. MOVING HELFRECHT 5 I.ocaI or Long Distance ' Coast to Coast Machlne Company ' Low I. C. C. Rates STORAGE 414 South Hamilton . Sprinklered Warehouse ' Low Insurance Rates ' I M h' f Largest in Saginaw Specm ac mery Jigs - Fixtures - Gears sTevEnSt S 'KA E I EVANS and THOMAS I 316 North Michigan Avenue non Hue drive Since .O5.. HEATING AND PLUMBING PHONE PL 2-6l76 Phone Pl. 5-osos W. l. CASE 81 COMPANY '6Be Carefulg Funeral Director - Ambulance Service It Always Pays .e95'88'5h- PHONE PL 3-5441 409 ADAMS STREET I MICHIGAN NATIONAL BANK s w Darrell Scott waits his turn to deposit money at Michigan National Bank's new Sq, interest while Sally Ervin is already taking advantage of it. ASSETS OVER S450,000,000 Member Feclerol Deposit lnsuronce Corporofion "Isn't this a perfect shade of blue?" Connie Powers asks Pat Parsons. They are admiring the wonderful selection of crew necks at Diebel's. Saginaw's Popular Gift Center Gifts for all Occasions CH I NA-GLASSWARE-SILVERWARE-LUGGAGE-LEATH ER GOODS sronrme Gooos-srontswmz-KonAKs MURLEY BROTHERS Gifts for Every Member of the Family l i5 N. Washington Ave, Congratulations, Graduates! AUTO PARTS ROSAIS F009 MARKET CARBURETOR an IGNITION HDQTRS. PARTY SUPPLIES and GROCERXES VALLEY SWEETS CO. RUSSELL ELECTRIC 3505 Mackinaw 512 S. Hamilton 1915 N. Michigan at Genesee THE CARMAN CO. Ph. PL 4-65l I 3 Generations of Real Esiate Experience CULVER - DEISLER 424 East Genesee Avenue GATELY S I 120-130 South Franklin Granger and Nitz PHARMACY Cosmetics and Prescriptions Phone 2-7981 2620 State Street "Saginaw's Friendliesi Store" Storeside Customer Parking SEARS, ROEBUCK AND C0. Federal at Genesee Phgne PL 3-8411 Rexall 0 F D R F I N E A-lil -F 'f' J E W E LHR Y GENESEE AT WASHINGTON fill wx is X 1 ,Www i..,, , 1 A sg ci i-. ,N ir A G X S Q ' 1 ' l 1' ii" N'i't-'ii if Y A L1 gi i , 1.35 , ' W if'li.s D luilil l 'fl li . 1 wi w r- , W, l 1 may Q n ,f N ' x..1 ix Na. X ..n.. E A W . ' -r iess se MQCMILLAN DRUGS MgGEE FINLAY Greeting Cords Photo Supplxes THE SPORT SHOP Gm QI ggielxls 0 HANCOCK at MICHIGAN 615 Beef Genesee Avenue Phone Pl. 1 os31 Phone Pl 3378' ABSTRACT COMPANY -4- ABSTRACTS OF TITLE SEARCHES 4I3 COURT STREET PL 3 6446 SAGINAW MICHIGAN REALTOR INSURANCE NORMAN A FELSKE 403 East Genesee Avenue R E A L O The Ingram Agency SW 2-6221 Second Nalional Bank oI Saginaw SAGINAW, MICHIGAN Slx 0IIIces In Saglnaw WITH COMPLETE PARKING FACILITIES ' . TI ' I Lf!! :ful gl I' If I E Hg! 5 I vnu T171 AN 'Lo 2, 11, 7-fa f ,Lo 'En - "XXI 113 2 Mhno . I 15 STATE STREET OFEICE 3446 STATE STREET , ,gan STATE "Ima 'A . j . EIU 0 MAIN OFFICE XX EAST GENESEE AND l 0 WASHINGTON AVENUES I i Ajgx i I II I I U 4 , W' I- CO 1 1 :gif-LIU. ,pk ? I-niazfzaf I 5? 7 'um : . AI' iv - I ' - Q6 l II XA sz, if A wEsT SIDE OFFICE by .9 -'S ul. 'S ,E+ 500 ....E.i5h.E..j - 4 I A I' I Sffa cN'L -, J yi. I--i I- TI- .I.IJII.I T 1 ,J:- -,-,,ll COURT AT NORTH HAMILTON STREET AUTO BANK 600 SOUTH WASHINGTON AVENUE . i wi' SOUTH SIDE Oc:F:DCE TH " Ii SOUTH WASHIN T N AVENUE AT CENTER STREET EAmoRouNns OEEISEENUE 2815 EAST GENESEE A IS ann EIGHTY-SEVENTH 'EIR MEMBER: FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION BYRON 81 GERGER ANDERSON PHARMACY on. M. PIKE Gratiot and Elm St. DENTIST DRY GOODS Phone PL 2-0233 Saginaw Phone Pl- 2-1433 2600 State 204 Goff Building Cross Typewriter Service llllll ER FLUWER ll0P "Gee I hope she likes this orchid," says Jim Gogger Franklin as they are buying some of the Imeautifu 1 in Roesers. l Hou ere Thomas Cross-Mark J. McGiIlis ' ,hifi - if EW " - 'X YL sz WEST GENESEE st. Trucking and Welding 4m77v"3 A g 7 Saginaw, Michigan 2850 Boy Road :TJ A ' ' ' E-' Si f f ft l I Q ., V,,, 3 i . mm ! en HAPPY WITH CHAPY I ..rE , 0 I I pm' nz Emvfns 700 Lapeer Phone Pl 4-9793 The Chesaning Argus "The Newspaper Thar's A Neighbor" 80th Year of continuous weekly publication. Published Every Thursday. Merchants of Saginaw can reach the market of southwestern Saginaw County completely through Argus advertising. Tell your merchan- dising story thoroughly and cheaply to rural Saginaw County folks with an ad in The Argus. Information cheerfully furnished on circulation, display and classified rates. Chesaning, Michigan Phone 37 t to Ken ED RD MEYER D SON This is the friendly and efficient staff that serves you when you do business with Edward Meyer and Son. Standing in the middle of the picture is Mr. Meyer. David Braun is getting some information about insurance. Insurer and Realtor Ph0!l6 P13-4436 420 Hancock Street PRINCING gg BRENNAN Fashions For AII Sizes PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY JQJ-I NSON State GI' COW+ Janes at I4th I sw 2-64,41 PL 2-2909 1401? 44 I maya Travel on To Real Estote 6' Insurance THE AVALQN 1625 N. Michigan Curb Service - Inside Service H2 North Michigan 3505 sTATE smear Phone: PL 5-5389 Phone: PL 3-7830 Compliments of A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE ASK YouR NEIGHBOR . E. W. Graft Construction Co. Art Sample Furniture SAGINAW, MICHIGAN 200 North Washington 2870 HARRISON PHONE: PL 3-8223 Mc Do n a Id Quality Chekd Ice Cream "tastes better" 829 Gratiot Phone PL 2-8151 Girl Friend Graduation time often means the parting of high school friends but it doesn't have to be, because now there may be an opportunity to go on working together-at Michigan Bell. Because of the telephone's importance in the modern world, Michigan Bell girls find a real thrill in their jobs. And they have such advantages as excellent pay right from the start . . . opportunities to advance . . . vacations with pay . . . congenial companions . . . and many other desirable features that make an occupation attractive. If you're interested in a good job and a steady income of your own, why not drop in for an inter- view at our employment office at 309 S. Washington -and bring your girl friends with you. MICHIGAN BELL 5 Neednft Part TELEPHONE COMPANY "A Friendly Place to Work" NURMI BUILDERS B ROCKWAY Roller Rink 4055 Stale Street Phone SW 2-I53I SAGINAW MICHIGAN 2710 State 0, Bm, LovAY RADIO s. TELEVISION WM- A- I-ANG! 3- SON FAI-ER DRUGS 7 08 South Hamilton Sales and Service AIR coNmnoN1Nc . I C S HEATING -- COOLING Sl'Of9-SOQIUCIW, MICh. ourt heel. SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR HEAVENRICH'S 80 Years of Serving the Graduates of Saginaw Schools GENESEE at FRANKLIN "How do you think this looks?" asks Bill Miller of Bob Iiimers as he models one of the cool sports coats in Heaven- riches. Bob has on one of those neat ivy league striped jackets. MICHIGAN APPLE MARKET Apples Year Around l X Wearing some of the smart looking clothes from The Village Store ure: .-Xrm Strickland, jackie Humphrey, Lois Karls, Martha Munck, and Patty Boyd. OUR CLOTHES COO? EVERYWHERE THERE'S NO MOBILE HOME LIKE A T R A V E L O mae L f w 2 M i Q Four Models . . . A Floor Plan For Every Family Mfgd. in Saginaw by Raymond Products Co. T212 RUST STREET Compliments of George Schemm Agency GENERAL INSURANCE 308 Tuscola Street PL 2-7133 " ik 5' oeonoe it scuemm CLARENCE RADEWAHN Yr were sv Realtors . . . Specializing ln SUBDIVIDING - APPRAISING FARM RESIDENTIAL SALES 105 Bearinger Building 1 1 Wo aims M I L K AND I cs c REA M Borden's milk and ice cream takes the nu Arthur Hill. To prove its popularity is th before the Senior Dinner last june. "As a rule iis a Lufkirf' le one spot with students at cc me of a place sctl Q twkel Tl-I UFKIIV RULE co. Grads: Besi Place To Work in Saginaw- GENERAL MOTORS extend their BEST WISHES Fon success AND HAPPINESS to the SENIORS or ARTHUR HILL HIGH SCHOOL CENTRAL FOUNDRY DIVISION CHEVROLET -SAGINAW GREY IRON FOUNDRY CHEVROLET - SAGINAW SERVICE MANUFACTURING G E N E RAL CHEVROLET - SAGINAW TRANSMISSION M O T O R S u f II1 PROGRESS fII'I PAST SAGINAW STEERING GEAR DIVISION GFIXXI II the PROMISE ffh FUTURE FASHION WITHOUT EXTRAVAGANCE I N IIVNIAN BEAUTY BUNEALIJW 1e1s Baum- STREET Pi. 2 2924 DR M PIKE DENTIST Phone PI. 2 1487 20 5 Goff Building Flowers For Every Occasion GAERTNER S FLOWER SHOP 1958 Brockway SAGINAW PHOTO SUPPLY 515 E. Genesee If I I 01 I 1 A L Best Wishes To The Graduates! Brennan Cruiser Sales OWENS DEALER T809 South Water Bay City SEBALD'S BAKERY 4880 State St. - I90I Court St. Phone SW 2-563i Phone PL 2-6582 Diamonds, Watches, Silverware Michigan GUGEL'S FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE 419 North Michigan PL 2-8531 DENGLER DRUG STORE 1423 South Michigan PHONE: PL 4-5742 PM OWS FRIMBERGER DENGLER'S PHARMACY DAVIS Music HOUSE SHEET METAL CG. '00, Grand Ave. 315 Court 28O.l N' Michigan Saginaw, Michigan Baldwin Wurlitzer Saqmaw' lvllcillgalil PIIOFIS KESSLERS MARKET Home-Made Sausages Fresh Meats, Groceries I 507 South Michigan MARTIN 8g MARTIN Attorneys-at-Law Walter Martin, Fred Martin, Jr. Harold W. Martin 803 Court St. Saginaw SMITH HARDWARE SPORTING GOODS 600 Gratiot Avenue Phone PL 4-6593 MANNION BROS. HARDWARE 4989 sme Phone sw 2-4021 Open evenings 'til 9 Su da s 9-I SAGINAW EXCHANGE Trade Your OLD Furniture for NEW at 4690 Gratiot at Center MILLER'S HOME BAKERY Home Made Potato Bread Pier - Cakes -- Cookies 2602 State Phone PL 2-2353 ANDERSON'S BOOK AND CARD SHOP Hallmark Cards REAL GOOD CLEANERS l 19 S. Jefferson PL 2-6303 "A Little Better, A Little More Careful"-Free Storage 1317 'Court Ph. PL 4-8591 BARTLEY'S BAKERY 1030 Gratiot Phone: Pl 2-1484 LEWIS C. PINNEY D.D.S., M.S. Orthodontics Exclusively 2919 Court St. at Congress Phone: SW 2-6161 WILLIAMS Ice Cream Company 2824 North Michigan IViI1iam's Ice Cream provides Hillites with the best in ice creams. Honey Berlin, joan Boivin, and Connie Burbank select their favorite ice cream items from the cafeteria. Compliments of .1-.ftlg 9 X ii,gg ?reW- CULLEN REAL ESTATE l .tl1t, lil Q Eii ' Pitf - Dial: SW 2-1555 AND INSURANCE 4870 STATE STREET CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS OF 1958 O IT IS AN HONOR AND A PLEASURE TO BE YOUR PHOTOGRAPHER! WERKIEMA STUDIO 315 East Genesee Telephone: PL 2-7031 SAGINAW, MICHIGAN X A Cappella Choir 50 Alchemists 142 Algebra 44 American History Class Aqualites 147 Art of Living 58 Arts-Dramtics Club 130 Assemblies 12 Assistant Principal 27 Band 52 Band Bounce 18 Baseball 164 Basketball 166 Big Fourteen 21 Biology Class 42 Board of Education 26 Bookkeeping 46 Bowling Club 145 Boys' Gym Class 59 Chemistry Class 42 Cheerleaders 146 Class Parties 14 Clinic Attendants 147 Commercial Department 46 Counseling Co-ordinators 27 Crafts 57 Crucibles 142 Cross Country 155 Dance Band 13 DAR Good Citizen 66 Dean of Girls 27 Debate 60 Deccah 139 Driver Training 61 Drum Majors 52 Economics Class 48 English Department 38 Faculty Cabinet 27 Faculty Section 28 FFA 138 FHA 136 FNA 138 Football 160 French Class 40 French Club 135 FTA 137 General Art 56 Geometry Class 44 German Class 40 German Club 138 Girls' Choir 50 Girls' Gym Class 59 Golf 154 Graduation 22 Hall of Fame 68 Hall Monitors 148 Health Room Assistants 148 ubject Index Hillite Business Leaders 139 Hi-Y 132 Homecoming 10 Home-making Class 42 Homemaking Hostess 147 Honor Alumnus 64 Intramural Sports 165 JETS Club 143 Junior Album 116 junior Class Officers 116 Latin Class 40 Latin Club 131 Legencla Staff 55 Library Assistants 38 Maintenance 33 Majorettes 52 Math Club 143 Mechanical Drawing 56 Miracle Book Club 141 Natural Science Club 145 News Staff 55 Pep Club Officers 21 Physics 42 Plays 16 Principal of AHHS 27 Projection Crew 146 Psychology 48 PTA 32 Public Speaking 60 Quill and Scroll 141 Red Cross Olficers 149 Rifle Club 144 Scholarship lflfinners 67 Senior Album 70 Senior Hostesses 146 Service Club 149 Shop 57 Shorthand Class 46 S.O. Campaign 20 Sophomore Album 104 Sophomore Officers 104 Sophomore Declamation 60 Sophomore Cup lvinner 66 Spanish Class 40 Spanish Club 134 Stage Crew 148 Student Cabinet 35 Swimmers Aids 146 Swimming 156 Tennis 152 Track 153 Trigonometry Class 44 Twenty-Five Year Club 65 Typing Class 46 Ushers Club 149 World History 48 Y-Teens 133 Student Index .A- Aaron, Nancy 116 Abbe, Jeanette 72, 137 Abbenante, Nancy 72 Abler, John 104 Abler Teacher's Index 3211252 Thomas 54, 116 William 104 Larry 72 Particia 104 Ackerman, Sharon 116 Anderson Brock, I. M. 24, 26, 35 Morrow, Raymond W. 26, 65 Peterson, Ethel 26, 97 Frye, Doris 33 Kraner, Loma 33 Smith, Marilyn 33 Beeker, Arline 33 Bacon, Eloise 28 Beeson, Helen 28 Lewis, Mary 29 Light, Harve 29 Long, Ruth 29 Lytle, Howard 30, 138 Mann, Joy 30 Matthews, Kenneth 30 McCargar, John 30, 48, 160 McMillan, Rachel 30, 50 Mitchell, Earl 30 Morgan, Cora 30 Adair, Judith 14, 72 Adams, Bonnie 104 Adams, Judy A. 104 Adams, Louise 116, 118 Ahleman, James 72 Ahlgrim, Bonnie 104 Ahrens, Marijean 116, 133, 130 Ahrens, Robert 35, 72, 132, 160 Ahrens, Thomas 104 Ainsworth, Lois 104 Akehurst, Della 38, 115, 1157 Alberts, Charles 104 Albright, Judith 104, 141 Albright, Ronald 50, 72 Albright, shiriey 104 Alburg, Barry 116 Alchin, Dennis 104 Alcock, Georgia 116 Alcorn, Gary 116, 144 Alexander, Gerald 72, 132 Alexander, Saundra 72, 83, 142, Allison, Joseph 104 Allman, Lorraine 72 Ames, Terry 104 Beyer, Helen 28, A d C 1 104 H5 B. d 11 K I h 28 Murphy' Ruth 30 32321323 1Jo14,' 108, 112, 11 , 1 lr Sa ' eu MUfPhYi 5eYm0Uf 30 'lziiiiies 104 , t 116 B12lCk, Florence 28 O'Dell, June 30 Agdgissgh, iiaari-in 72 Anderson, Kathleen 116 Burnett, Earl 128, 144 Olmstead, Helen 30 Anderson. LHTIY 72. 132 Case, Frederick 28, 145 Crittenden, Marie 28 Crump, Mattie 28 Day, John 28, 64 DeMers, George 28 Dersch, Albert 28, 64 Patow, Ruth 30, 131 Petzko, Edward 30, 155 Pieritz, A. 30 Poulson, Kenneth 30 Purdy, R. George 30, 152 Redstone, Elizabeth 30, 139 Ruth 116 Andree, Barbara 104 Andree, Jo Ann 73 Andrews, Kay 116 Ankoviak, David 116 Ansevics, Bruno 116 Antle, Majorie 116, 133 Arins, Vija 73, 135, 140 Armbruster, Adolf 116 Armstrong, Ann 116 Arndt, Janet 104, 133 Arndt, Robert 104, 160 Arndt, William 72, 132 Arnot, Robert 73 Asman, Martha 116, 131, 133 Asmus, Sharon 104 Ault, Robert 104 Doidge Mary 28 Robertson, Una 30 Fowler, Charles 28, 167 Rockwood, Barbara 29, 30 Francis, Bernice 28 Roundhouse, John 30, 38 Avery, Gainey, David 28, 156, 159 Russeii, Caroline so, 145 3335? Gatz, Amy 28 seiiaik, Edwin 31, 144 Giescke, Harold 28 Schregardus, Lucille 31 Baker: Grossman, Emerson 29, 160 Grueber, Ralph 29 Gunther, Hazel 29, 47 Hamlin, Frances 29, 137 Harris, Arthur 29 Hartman, Ray 29, 138 Harvey, Nelson 29 Harvie, Irma 29 Hawes, Verne 29 Herzler, Oliver 29 Hile, Norma 29 Hooper, James 29, 153 Jacobson, Marjory 29 Jahns, Edwin 29 Jensen, Edith 29 Jerome, Rachel 29 Kampe, Kurt 29, 160, 163 Kleekamp, John 29 Schubert, Stanley 31 Senn, Eric 31 Shackelford, Hugh 31 Siehr, Virginia 31 Stewart, O. D. 31, 49 Stewart, Mary 31 Struthers, Isabel 20, 31, 148 Trayer, John 31, 38 Turner, Gertrude 31, 131 VanDerstein, Constance 31 Vondette, William 31 Wagner, Nell 31 Warren, 31, 142 WVebb, Christine 31 Wells, B. G. 31 Wilson, Bryant 31 Yates, Beverly 31 Ziegler, Lorna 31 Baker, Gary 50, 104 Michael 104, 138 Mary Ellen 116 -B- Kathleen 104, 133 Particia 18, 116 James 104 Helen 104, 140, 141 Richard 104 Rosemary 73, 148 William 104 Ballard, Joanne 104 Balley, Francis 73 Bailey, William 104 Ballien, Elton 73 Ballien, Jean 116 Ballien, Joann 104 Balwinski, Janice 116, 138 Baller, Janice 73 Balzer, Nancy 104 Banaszck, David 73, 132 Banning, Carolyn 104 Banning, Terry 104 Barber, Jill 104, 108 Barber, Robert 116 Barko, John 104 Barnard, Karen 104 Barnard, Kenneth 104 Barnett, Barbara 116 Barnett, Kay 48, 116 Barnett, Phillip 73 Barr, Charles 73, 132, 143, 142 Barries, James 104 Bartels, Richard 116 Bartle, James 116 Bartle, John 115 Bartlett, Richard 73 Bartlett, Sue 73 Bassett, Sharon 51, 116 Batten, Sally 104, 133 Bauder, Sandra 73, 148 Bauer, Dave 116 Bauer, Dixie Lee 73 Bauer, John 116 Bauer, Judy 116 Bauer, Lanny 20, 50, 73 Bauer, Vonnita 73 Baumgartner, Ronald 73 Baumler, Sheila 116, 140 Beach, Peter 104 Beach, Thomas 104 Beadle, Carole 73, 136 Cann, Su , 9-A 5 1 Beadle, Donna 104 Beadle, Helen 73 Beardsley, Bonnie Bcatenhead, Richard 73 Beatty, Susan 20, 35, 68, 73, 97, 133, 141, 143, 142, 130 Beck, Carol 116 Beck, Gerald 73 Beck, Howard 73 Beck, Robert 73 Beckler, Penny 104, 133, 141 Beckmann, Patricia 104 Beckmann, Sandra 73 Bedell, Yvette 116 Bedore, Robert 104 Beem, Kay 116, 133, 136, 142 Behm, Brenda 73, 90 Behm, Sharon 40, 104, 141 Behrens, Charlotte 73, 140 Beieler, Ronald 74 Bein, Gerda 116 Belknap, James 104 Bell, Dale 104, 144 Bell, Jean 104 Bell, Patricia 116, 133, 130 Bell, Richard 104 Bellenbaum, Bonnie J. 104 Bellinger, Frederick 104 Branch, Ronald 105 Brandel, Thomas 105 Braun, Barbara 117 Braun, Carole 105 Braun, Iiggid 55, 75, 141, 132, 183, Braun, Maryann 117, 133, 137, 143, 130 Braun, Richard 75 Brawley, Carole 117 Brefka, Lorraine 75 Breier, Jouce 105 Breier, Robert 105 Brenna, Anne 11 7, 131 Brenner, Judith 75, 139 Brethau Brethau Brethou er, Judith 117 er, Robert 105 r, Ross 105 Chamberlin, Carol 77 Chamberlin, Keith 117 Chambers, Kenneth 77 Chandler, Susan 54, 117 Chapman, Lloyd 117 Chappell, Carey 117 Chatman. Johnny 117 Cheney aul 77 , P Cherry, James 35, 77, 140, 130 Chicky, Robert 117, 148 Chinery, Marcia 117, 133, 137 Chinevere, Glen 105 Choolijian, Aram 77 Chooljian, Roland 105 Christensen, Jerry 105 Chritz, Wanda 117 Ciaramitaro, Fred 105 Claflin Ka 77 138 Belokonny, Tamata 104, 140, 141 Benjamin, Darlene 14, 74, 147 Benjamin, Larry 116 Bena, Richard 116 Berg, Gordon 116 Berg, James 74 Berg, Jamice 116, 133 Berkobien, Edward 74 Berkobien, Kenneth 116 Berkompas, Gary 74, 156, 157 Berlin, Honey 116, 145, 190 Berlin, Ronald 74 Bernard, Kay 42, 116, 144 Bernecker, Jane 74, 131 Berry, William 104 Bese, Irene 104 Beuthin, William 104 Beyer, Nancy 11, 19, 74 Biggers, Sandra 116, 133 Binder, Judy 74 Bingham, Julie 194, 108 Birch, David 104, 143 Bird, Phil 116, 160 Bishop, Paul 105 Bishop, R. Gary 74, 132, 160 Black, Sharon 74, 138, 176 Black, William 14, 74 Blaine, Charles 116, 138 Blakeway, Carol 105 Blasius, Janet 116, 133 Blehm, David 105 Bliss, Barbara 74, 137 Bliss, Penelope 105, 133 Blodgett, Robert 105, 145 Blomstrom, James 74, 132 Brewster, Russell 117 Bride, Martha 117 Brieske, Judith 105 Brieske, William 75 Briguglio, Katherine 75 Brink, Donald 105, 145 Brock, Nancy Ann 105, 108 Brockless,4Louise 55, 75, 133, 137, 1 1 Brooks, Diane 105 Brown, Alverda 75, 139 Brown, Dodald 75, 141 Brown, Lois 105 Brown, Patricia 117 Brown, Paul 117 Brown, Ronald 75 Brubaker, Mary 117, 140, 144 Bruce, Charles 117 Bruce, Richard 105 Bruening, Nancy 105, 131 Bruske, Harold 117 v Y 1 Clark, Aveary 117 Clark Betty 105 Clarki Frederick 117 Clark, Judy 52, 54, 77, 141, 140 Clark, Judah Rae 105 Clark, Nancee 117 Clark, Roger 77, 132, 143, 160, 162 Claus, Harry 105 Claus, Virginia 105 Clauss, Joyce 117, 145 Clayton, Ethyl 35, 51, 77, 140 Clemens, Thomas 105 Clement, James 105, 155 Clements, Judy 105 Clements, Leona 117 Clements, Lynn 117, 133, 138, 130 Cline, Beatrice 77, 138 Cline, John Clinkston, Betty Jo Clum, Linda 105 Cochran, Carol 77 Brussow Brussow Bublitz, Bublitz, , Nancy 105, 131 , William 117 James 117, 118. 132, 160 irsan 35, 75, 83, 133, 143, Buggia, Dominic 76 Buggia, Joyce 76 Buggia, Ralph 105 Buggia, L. Sam 117 Bull, Lynn 117 Coenis, Robert 105 Colby, George 77, 138 Coleman, Dee 77 Collier, Henry 20, 35, 77, 142, 143 Collier, Phyllis 77, 83 Collver, Susan 117 Compau, Rosann 105 Compton, Karla 117 Comstock, Janine 77 Comstock, Jerry 35, 77 Comstock, Richard 105 Bloomlield, Roxane 74, 97, 137, 142, 130 Bloomfield, Wayne 116 Blower, Charles 116 Bluemlein, Carol 74 Bluemlein, Kenneth 105, 144 Bluer, Harold 116 Bluhm, Martin 74 Bluhm, Sandra 105 Blynn, Lucy 54, 116, 147 Boccia, Donald 74 Boehlke, Jean 105, 131, 133 Boehm, William 74 Boergert, Jo Ellen 74 Boertman, Jo Ann 116 Bohnhoff, Elmer 74 Boivin, Joan 74, 190 Bolger, Judith 105 Boling, Barbara 105 Bommarito, John 10, 74, 132, Bonkowske, Loraine 74, 139 Bonner, Mariwyn 51, 116 Bonner, Paula 74 Booth, Janet 116 Booth, Ron 116 Booth, Shirley Ann 116 Borchard, Richard 105 Borm, Beverley 74, 137 Boruszewski, Joan 74 Bottke, Dianne 105 Bourcier, Connie 54, 105, 133 Bourdon, Nanette 116 Bourdow, Norris 116 Bowden, Fredrick 105, 138 Bowers, Bonnie 116, 145 Bowles, Karen 105 Bowlsby, Donna 116 Bowman, Barbara 105, 135, 130 Bowman, Walter 74 Boyd, Diana 105 Boyd, Edward 116, 155 1 Bullington, Bert 35, 105, 107 Burbank, Connie 76, 190 Burbank, William 117 Burgess, Crystal 105 Burgoyne, Jacqueline 117 Burk, Bonnie 48, 105 Burk, Frances L. 117 Burkard, Patricia 117, 135 Burke, Rockford 117 Burman, Larry 117, 155 Burnell, Rebecca 105 Burns, Betty 76, 97 Burt, Calvin 76, 144 Burtch, Carole 117 Burzyck, Carol 105 Burzyck, Judith Ann 105, 133 Busch, David 76 Busch, Jerry 76 Busch, Joann 117, 135, 130 Bush, George 117 Bush, James 76 Bushroe ohn ll , J 7 Butterfield, Diane 76, 137, 141, Butts, Warren 117 -C- Calahan, Dennis 105 Calkins, Marilyn 76, 140 Cammin, Jeanne 105 Cammin, William 117 Campau, James 50, 105 Campbell, Margaret 105 Campbell, Nancy 117, 137, 130 Campbell, Peggy 76 Campbell, Peter 76 Campbell, Robert 105 Campbell, Rolland 105 Campeau, Janice 38, 76, 137 Canda, Dennis 105 Cann, Gordon 105 san 76, 135 Boyd, Payricia 10, 17, 54, 75, 141 Boyd, Thomas 75, 156, 157 Boynton, Lee 117 Boyse, John 75, 143, 130, 55, 141 Boyse, Richard 105 Bradley, Virginia 51, 117 Bradt, James 105 Bragg, Eloise 75 Canole, Robert 105 Canole, Suzanne 76, 138 Carbeno, Dorothy 117 Card, Marilyn 117 Carlson, Ann 105 Carlton, Diana 105, 133 Carpenter, David 35, 76, 160 Carr, John 105 Carroll, Sharon 117 Carter, John 105 Caryl, Marlene 105 Case, Dixie Lee 105 Case, Gary 117 Case, Jim 35, 77 Caspersen, Bea 105 Cassidy, Michael 77 Catrain, Carol 105, 131 Causie, Rodney 117, 132, 141, 130 Cay, Sheila 117 Cesarl, Richard 117, 160 Challis, Joyce 77, 136 130 3, Conklin, Billy 105 Conlee, Bill 106 Cornish, Joan 106 Cornish, Sandra ll, 18, 68, 77, 133, 138, 142 Corwin, Ardis 38, 106 Corwin, Audrey 117 Corwin, Douglas 77 Cory, Fred 106 Cory, Jacqueline 77, 94, 133, 130 Cosby, Raymond 106 Cothron, Karen 106 Cottle, Darrel 77 Cottrell, Richard 117 Cousineau, Thomas 35, 104, 106 Cox, Sharon 117 Cox, St anley fPeteJ 117, 156, 157 Cox, William 106 Coy, Dave 106 Coy, M Cradit, Cradit, Cradit, aryann 117 Katherine 106 Raymond 117 Sharon 77 Crane, Earl 117 Crane, William 77 Crawfis, Bonnie 106 Crawford, Judy 117 Creed, John 106 Crowley, Nancy 117 Crummer, Bob 77, 132 Crymes, DeWitt 77 Curnutt, James 106 Curott, Rosalie 106 Curry, Charles 78 Curts, James 117 -D- Dague, Sharon Ann 106 Dall, Fredric 106, 148, 144 Dana, flames 106 Danho f, Janet 78 Danhof f, Joanne 117, 137 Daniels, Barbara 106 Dankert, Janet 51, 78 Dankert, Jean 106 Dankert Danker Darby, Dargie, , Lawrence 106 t, Sharon 106 Richard 78, 155 Bethanne 117 Datema, Linda 78 Datema, Peter 106 Davila, Sarah 106 Davis, Diane 106, 137 Davis, Davis, Gail 117, 137 Gary 78, 132 Davis, Helen Jean 117 Davis, Janet 35, 78, 133, 141, 180 Davis ohn 78 , J Davis, Margaret 78 Davis, Marsha 78 Davis, Mike 106 Davis, Roger 78 Davis, Steve 117 Davy, Patrick 106 Davy, Robert 106 Dawson, Thomas 35, 104, 106 Day, Jack 117 Day, Janine 106 Day, Joseph 35, 78, 132, 142, 151, 156, 158, 130 Dean, Margaret 78, 139 Dean, Robert 106 DeCorte, Karen 106 Defrees, Barbara 78 DeHaan, Sue Ann 117 Delavergne, Barbara 78 DeLucia, August 117 DeLucia, Gary 117 Demand, Ronald 106 Demand, William 78, 148 Dempsey, Arlene 117, 141, 130 Denby, Patti 106 Denby, Richard 117 Denner, Ronald 106 Dennie, Marlene 118 Dent, Patricia 106, 131, 133 Denzer, Sharon 78 Denzer, William 106, 44 DeShazo, Ray 118 Devers, Jim 78, 132 Dewald, Jonathan 118 Dewald, Samuel 106 Dewell, Bonita 118, 147 Dewitt, Gordon 78 Dezelsky, Juleaune Diamond, Barbar 106, 137 Dickinson, Philip 78, 132 Diebold, Jon 106, 145 Diechman, Selma 51, 78, 142 Diener, Glory 118 Dietlein, Betty 118 Dietrich, John 106, 138 Dietzel, Audrey 78 Dietzel, Jack 118 Dingman, Sue 118, 130 Dinse, Duane 78, 160 Dirker, Wallace 78, 132, 160 Dittmar, Jo Anne 45, 118 Dittmar, Robert 118 Ditz, Robert 106 Dixon, Darrell 118 Dixon, Nancy 106 Dockham, Jack 78 Doerfner, John 118, 50 Doerr, Fred 118, 138 Doerr, Robert 73 Doersam, Paul 35, 78, 161 Dolfi, Donna 118 Dollhoif, Sally 78, 139 Donaghy, Thomas 106 Doran, James 106 Dorey, Keith 118 Dork, Donald 79 Dork, Robert 79, 155 Doty, Sue 79 Douglas, Nancy 106, 133 Dovin, John 106 Downer, Kurtz 79, 132. 143 Downer, Richard 106 Doyle, Carolyn 79 Doyle, John 106 Drager, Kathleen 106 Drake, Daniel 118 Drake, David 50, 79 Drake, Thomas 51, 118 ' Drinkert, Bobbie Lou 106 Dubrulle, Roger 106 Ducharme, Kay 118, 133 Dudek, Frank 118 Dugan, Charles 118 Dukarski, Diane 35, 118 Dunham, Richard 106 Dudlap, Peter 106, 132 Dunn, Robert 118 Durham, Sharon 79, 84, 141 Dusek, Beverly 118, 56 Dutton, Judy 79, 131, 141 Dutton, Mary 118 Dvorsek, Julie 106, 133 Dyer, Patricia 106, 133, 131 Dymond, Dale 118 Dzuba, Raymond 79 Dzuba, Robert 79 ...E- Eastwell, Jame 106 Eastwell, Nancy 79, 136, 139 Ebe, Robert C. 118 Eby, Sally 118 Eckdahl, Arnie 106 Eckdahl, Joanne 118 Eckert, Ruth 118 Eckstorm, Barbara 106 Eckstrom, Clarence 79 Eckstorm, Marjorie 79. 133 Ederer, Mary Lou 79, 142 Ederer, Richard 79, 132 Ederer, Rosalynn 118 Edwards, Linda 118 Edwards, Sharon 106 Eggers, Russell 106 Eggert, Judy 118 Eimers, George Robert 118 Eisenhauer, Jim 80, 144 McCart Kasprzyk, Barbara 120 Kaufman, Kanneth 85 Kaufman, Lawrence 85 Kaufmann, Margaret 120 Keck, Suzanne 85 Keeler, Judith 109 Keeler, Orville 85 Keith, Wally 120 Kelly, Barbara 39, 120 Kelley, Connie 109 Kelley, Robert 120, 155 Kelly, Patricia 109 Kelpinski, Jeanine 109 Kemerer, Charles 51, 85 Kempf, Carol Ann 109, 133 Kempf, William 109 Eendall, Wayne 120 enel, Judith 109, 133 Kennedy, Sharon 109, 133 Kenny, Patrick 120 Kent, Roselyn 120, 44 Kerns, Nancy 51, 85, 133, 137, 142 Kerr, Elizabeth 56, 86, 137 Kessel, Sue 120, 131, 135, 130 Kessler, John 109 Kibby, Roger 109 Kietzman, Paul 120 Kincaid, Marcia 120, 137 King, Carl 109, 156 King, David 120 King, Donelda 120 King, Rosalie 86, 135, 131, 142 Kingham, Jacquelene 109 Kingham, Sally 90, 86 Kipfmiller, George 87 Kirchner, Stewart 109 Kirkey, Barbara 86 Kirkey, William 86 Kirkpatrick, Ann 86 Kischnick, Jack 120 Kitzman, Judith 120 Klaus, John 120 Klaus, Marion 109 Kleekamp, Joyce 109 Klein, Carol 109 Klein, Terry 120 Kleinfelder, Carol 109 Kleinfelder, Judy 86 Klemish, Robert 120 Klemko, Ross 120 Klemm, Janice 35, 120, 130 Klenk, Lorraine 86 Kline, Deanna 86 Kline, Jan 109, 133 Kloha, Lois 109 Kloha, Lyle 86 Klonowski, Ronald 120 Knapp, Tim 120 Knippel, Mary Ann 109, 135 Knoerr, Elizabeth 109 Knoerr, Roy 40, 120 Knoop, Diane 121, 131 Knotts, Beverly 109 Knox, Allison 109, 147 Kochalka, Robert 86 Kocks, Carol 109 Koehler, Carol 121, 145 Koester, Carol Ann 86 Kohlholf, Kenneth 109 Kolbe, Donn 86 Kolhoff, Mary 121 Kolleth, Robert 121 Kolleth, William 35, 86, 160, 164 Konesko, Joan 86, 139 Knoesko, Judy 109 Korbein, Dianne 50, 121, 138 Kowalski, Barbara 86 Kraenzlein, Richard 109 Krafft, Karen 121, 140, 130 Krapohl, Lora 86 Krause, Jacqueline 109 Krause, Karen 86 Krauss, Carol 86, 136 Krauss, Patrick 109 Krenz, Carol 121 Kretz, Carol Mae 109 Kretz, Russell 86 Kreuchauf, Judy 109 Krieger, George 121 Krogman, Norman 121 Krohn, Carol 109 Kruger, Gary 109 ac uelme 109 Krueger, J q ' Krueger, Joyce 109, 136 Krueger, Judy 109 Krueger, Kay 109 Krueger, Thomas 121 Krzynaniak, Ronald 121, 138 Kubiak, Robert 86 Kubik, Don 109 Kuch, Howard 121 Kuelske, Kenneth 109 Kuelske, lNorma 86 Kuhlman, Bruce 86 Kulak, Jack 121, 155 Kuligoski, Judy 109 Kundinger, Gary 86 Kundinger, William 86 Kurtz, James 121 Kurtz, Nyla 109, 133, 140, 141, 130 Kurzhals, Jean 109 Kutsch, Dick 86, 160 ..L.. LaBeau, Charles 109 LaBrake, Sidney 86 LaDouce, Donna 121, 55 LaDouce, Jack 87 LaDouce, Larry 109 Laesch, Ruth 121, 137 LaFayette, Wayne 87 Lalferty, Thomas 121, 156 Laflair, Mike 35, 121 LaFleur, Dale 109 LaFeur, Earl 109 LaFond, Dennis 109 LaFond, Jo-Ann 50, 121 LaFramboise, Patricia 109 Lagalo, Clement 109 Lagalo, Gary 121 LaGrow, James 87 LaGrow, Ron 87 Lail, David 87 Lail, Patricia 109 Laing, Ann 109, 131, 133, 137 Lambert, Jerry 121 Lambert, Joyce 121 Lamia, Frances 121 Lamrouex, Joan 87 Lamrouex, Sharon 121 Landman, John 109 Landskroener, Barbara 109 Lane, Virginia 109 Lang, Robert 35, 87 Lange, Tom 109 Langer, James 121 Langley, Joann 87, 138 Lantz, Dale 109 Lapprich, Kay 121 Harold 87 Larkin, Larkin, Oliver 109 Larsen, Allan 121 Larson, Larson Carol 87, 135, 140 , Donna 109, 140 Lauderbach, William 109 Laufman, Larry 87 Laur, Nancy 87 Laurenz, Jill 50, 87 Lauria, Nancy 87 Laviolette, Jackie 87 Leaman, James H. 87, 159, 156 Leaman, James R. 121 Leaman, Janice 109, 133 I.ear, Norene 109 Leddy, Larry 35, 84, 87, 142, 160 Lee, Barbara 109 Leesch, Ann 81, 138, Leggitt, Carol 109 Lehner, Joyce 109 Leib, James 121, 155 Leland, Charlene 87 Lemanski, Beverly 121 Lemke, Paul 87, 138 Lemmer, Jan 121, 51 Lent, James 121 Lent, William 109 Lentner, Marilyn 109 Lentner, Tim 87, 140 Lepczyk, Floyd 109 Lcpley, Thomas 121, 130 Lescelius, Joyce 121, 132, 133 Leser, John 87 Leser, Robert 87, 138 Lesh, Joanne 121 Letzkus, Joann 121 Lctzkus, Martha 121 Leuenberger, Wayne 121 Levi, Melbourne fBuddyJ 87 Levi, Janet 121 Lewis, Barbara 87 Lewless, Allen 121 Licavoli, Grace 121 Lichtenwald, Barbara 109 Lichtenwald, Herm 109 Lickly, Ruth 109 Liebrecht, James 121 Liebrock, Kenny 110 Light, Charles 87, 148 Light, Harve 110, 156 Likes, Dorothea 121 Likes, Waunetta 110 Linfors, Billie Anne 110 Linebaugh, Glenna 110 Link, Nancy 121 Linville, Perry 110 Lisee, Earl 110 Lisee, Richard, 121 List, Geoffrey 132, 87 Little, Gloria 110, 131, 133 Little, John 87, 132, 160, 35 Little, Leroy 87 Little, William 121 Lodge, Patricia 88 Loeblein, Penny 35, 88, 75, 135, 130 Loelller, All 110 Long, Don 110 Long, Peggy 110 Lonsway, Robert 121, 138, 156 Lord, Bruce 121 Lord, Don 88, 132 Lord, Eugene 110 Lord, Robert 121 Louchart, Geraldine 121 Lucas, John 110, 155 Luckhard, Juanita 110 141, 54 Lucsy, John 110 Lugiewzcz, Gary 110 Lundahl, Larry 121 1.uter, Frank 51, 88, 141 Lutz, Dianne 110 Lutzke, Connie 121 Lynch, James 110 Lyons, Saundra 121 -M... Maas, Ray 110 MacArthur, James 110 MacArthur, Loretta 121 MacArthur, Robert 121 MacConnel, Mary Ann 110 Machette, Peggy 121, 131 Mack, Barbara 88, 55, 141, 142192 MacKay, William 121, 143 MacKenzie, Franklin 110 Mackinnon, Thirza 60, 121, 135, 147 Macomber, Wayne 88 MacRae, Pamela 14, 55, 88, 131, 133, 137, 141, 130 Mahaffy, Judy 110, 133, 140, 141, 130 Mahar, James 110, 156 Mahar, Mary Ellen 88 Maier, Shirley 88 Main, Linda 88, 138 Majeski, Patricia 88 Makata, Helen 121 Manchester, Carmen 88, 141 Manning, Holly 121 Manning, Patricia 110 Manning, Suxanne 110 Mantle, Margot 121, 141 Manwell, Sandra 110 Marceills, Sue 88, 139 Mardeky, Edmond 110, 43 Markin, David 121 Marks, Peter 110, 155 Marshall, Gordon 88 Martin, Harold 121 Martin, Joan 88 Martin, Lawrence 110 Martin, Mary 110, 133 Martzowka, William 121, 143 Masker, Larry 88, 160 Mason, Joe 35, 110, 132, 104, 160 Mathis, James 110 Mathis, Judith 121 Matowski, Sharon 122 Mattern, Bruce 110 Matthews, Marc 110, 145 Matthews, Mary Ann 110, 133 Matthews, Scott 88, 144 Matula, Arlene 122 Mauch, Clarellen 122, 131 Mauch, Karen 122 Maul, Charles 88 Maul, James 88 Maul, Ronald 122 Mauro, Bart 110 Mauro, Jack 118, 122, 160 Maxwell, Lynn 122 Mayer, Constance 110 Mayne, Marcia 88 Mayou, Richard 110 Mazzola, Sam 88 Meier, Judie 110 Melcher, Bradley 110 Mell, Kenneth 110, 144 Mellbe rg, Kaye 110, 140 Mendel, Judith 122 Meredi Meredi th, Danny 110 th, Gerald 110 Merlone, Francis 89 Mertz, Metiva Robert 110 Alton 122 Metivai JoAnn 122, 131, 138 Metiva Lawrence 89 Meyer,, Carole 110 Meyer, Meyer, Meyer, Meyer, Meyer, Meyer, Meyer, Meyer, Connie 110 Fred 110 JoAnn 110, 133 John 89 Marianne 122 Ronald' 122, 138 Suzanne 122 ,136 Thomas 110 Meyers, Susan 122 Michael, David 110 Michaels, Kathryn 89 Mickey, Sally 89 Mielke, Carrol 122 Mielke, Nancy 122, 133 Mier, Mary 110 Mikan, Mikan, Kathleen 110 Marilyn 89, 144 Miklosovic, Frank 89 Milbrandt, Mary Lou 122, 39 Miles, Patricia 110 Miles, Robert 90 Miller, Ann 122 Miller, Austin 110 Miller, Barbara 90 Miller, Betty 122 Miller, Carol 40, 110 Miller, Daniel 110 Miller, David 49, 122, 160 Miller, Dennis 122 Miller, Fred 110 Miller, Gail 122 Miller, Henry 110 Miller, JoAnn 110 Miller, Judith A. 122 Miller, Judy A. 110 Miller, Karen 110 Miller, Marilyn 111 Miller, Nancy 111 Miller, Rachel 90 Miller, Robert 10, 111 Miller, Rose Mary lll Miller, Shelva 122, 148 Miller, William E. 90, 48 Miller, William J. 111 Millet, Marcia 111, 131, 133 Milne, Bonnie 111 Milne, James 111, 141 Milne, Shirley 122 Minard, Robert lll Minard, Bonnie 90 Minicky, Joseph 122 Minnis, Velma 90 Minns, Mary 122 Minor, Basil 122 Minor, David 111 Minor, Peggl' 90 McAllister, Margaret 88, 136, 138 McAllister, Michsel 110 McAllister, Ronald 110 McCargar, James 122 McCarthy, James 110 Patr'ck 12 V, 1 2 McComb, Janice 110, 141 McComb, Sharon 35, 88 McCray, Penny Jean 122 McCrossen, Janice 122 McDermid, Bonnie 110, 131, 133, 137, 143, 141 McDonald, Janet 88, 140 McDowell, Diane 76, 88, 133, 137, 130 McDowell, Richard 122 McFarland, Catherine 20, 35, 88, 142 McFarland, Michael 88 McGill, Sheryl 122, 137, 130 McGowan, David 11 McGregor, Mary Ann 122 McGrogor, Mary Lou 110 McGuire, Joyce 122 McGuire, Mary Alice 110 Mclntosh, Sandra 122 McKeith, Kenny 122 McKenzie, Tom 89 McKinstry, Karen 110 McLean, Gary 122 McLeod, Janice 12, 89 McMahon, Lester 110 McMahon, Sherman 89 McMahon, Wayne 89 McManus, Carol 110 McMath, David 89, 156, 157 McNeil, William 110 McNickle, Jerrildene 110, 145 McNicoll, Judith 89 McNicoll, Karen 35, 122 Mead, William 89, 138 Meade, Marilynn 51, 89, 138, 140 Mehltretter, Gerda 89 Meier, Betty 50, 122, 141, 130 Mintline, Thomas 111 Miska, Janice 122 Miska, Richard 111 Mitchell, Thomas 18, 111, l Moffat, Harold 111 Mohnk, Jacqueline lll Mohrhardt, John 122 Moll, Betty 122 Momier, Carole 122 Monson, Bruce 90 Montgomery, Cheryl 122 Montgomery, Marilyn 111 Moore, Constance 90, 133 Moore, Marcia 50, 122, 141 Moreau, John 122 Morello, Margaret 122 Moretti, Guy 14, 20, 35, 90 Morey, Sharon 122, 145 Morgan, Duane 122 Morgrette, John 122 Morrell, Sandra 122 Morrison, Barbara 111, 40 Morrow, Joan 122 Mortimore, James 111 Mortimore, Rosalie 111 Mosca, Madeleine 111, 133 Mosca, Vincent 90, 160 Moser, Ernest 122 Mott, Carol 122, 130 Muehlenbeck, Brent 90 Muehlenbeck, Carl 122 Muehlenbeck, Karen 111, 13 Muehlenbeck, Wm. H. 111, Muehlenbeck, Wm. J. 90, 1 Mueller, Carol 111 Mueller, Donald 111 Mueller, Ronald 90, 156 Mueller, William 122 Muirhead, Dennis 90 Mulholland, Keith 111, 155 Munck, Martha 54, 64, 68, Munger, Don 122 Munger, Edward 91 43 7 145 32 90, 141 Hudso lildredge, Herbert 106 Elizalde, Peter 106 Ellars, Janice 18, 20, 35, 80, 140, 130 Ellis, Barbara 106 Ellis, Dennis 80 Ellis, Marilyn 106 I-Lllithorpe, Pete 42, 80 Elmer, Richard 80 Ely, Yvonne 118 Endline, Judith 106 Endstrasser, Jacob 118 Endstrasser, Joseph 106 Engel, Carole 106 Engels, Harry 118 Enos, Joan 106 Enszer, Robert 106, 131, 145 Ervin, Sally 80, 133, 137, 178 Erzen, Karen 80, 106 Euell, Mary 118 Gage, Janet 81, 50 Gage, Judy 107, 133, 131 Gage, Ronald 68, 81, 130, 156, 158, 159 Gagnon, Carolyn 18, 119. 133, 147 Gaiser, Joyce 107 Gallardo, Eleanor 81 Gallery, Frances 119 Galovics, Glenda 107, 133 Galsterer, Barbara 119, 131, 135 Garber, Randolph 107, 155 Gardner, Richard 119, 143 Hale, James 35, 119, 152 158 Hale, Susan 54, 82 Hales, Betty 82 Hales, Janet 82 Hales, William J. 108 Hall, Carol 108 Hall, Evelyn 82, 137 Hall, James 82, 118 Hall, Marjorie 35, 82, 136 Hall, Mar 82 133 Y , Hamilton, Judy 108 , 156, 157, Hollis, Graham 108 Holmes, Connie 60, 120, 133, 141, 147, 130 Holstad, Carl 84 Holubik, Janet 108 Holubik, Ronald 84 I-lolvey, Gary 108 Holzhauer, Barbara 84, 54, 130 Hook, Elizabeth 84 Hooper, Patricia 120, 133, 130 Hom, Patricia 120, 133, 141, 174 Hover, Donald 84 Gardysxewski, Sandra 119, 145 Garinger, Joel 107, 132, 160 Gamer, Jeanne 81 Gamer, Sandra 107 Garrett, Jean 81 Garwood, Patricia 107, 131, 130 Gate, George 119 Hamilton, Tom 108 Hamlin, Kenneth 82, 108 Hummel, Gail 119, 137, 135, 130 Hammond, Terry 55, 119, 132 Hampton, Gary 119 Hanneman, Lynne 82 Hannon, Ann Louise 55, 119, 137 Hover, William 84 Howe, Dennis 108 Howe, Thomas 120 Howland, Kay Howson, William 84 Hubbard, Don 85 n, Jerry 108 Eurich, Carol 118 Eurich, David 118 Eurich, Jerry 80, 106 Eurich, Joan 80 Eurich, Karen 106, 133, 137 liurich, Evans, Evans, Ronald 80, 130 Ernest 106 Julia 118, 131, 133, 137 Evans, Stella 80, 148 Evans, Thomas 35, 80, 142, 143, 160, 142 Evert, Robert 118 Eyer, Judy 106 Eynon, R. Jeffrey 106 -F- Faerber, Michael 106 Fahndrich, Elmer 107 Fahndrich, Sharon 107 Fuhrenbruch, James 80, 145 Fair, Stena 118 lfalkenberg, Nancy 118 Falkenberg, Patricia 118, 147 Fanger, Betty 80 Farrington, Irene 118 Farthing, James 80, 132 Fass, Katherine 80, 138 Faust, Ronald 81 Fedder, Nancy 107 Fedder, Robert 81 Felder, Barbara 107 Feldman, Louis 118 Felmlee, Jeffrey 81 Fetters, Frederick 118 Fetting, Constance 118 Feuerstein, Ruth 81, 148 Fidlin, Dorothy 107, 145 Fieger, Robert 118, 144, 145 Fielder, John 107 Fillmore, Frederick 107 Finch, Kay 81, 141 Findlay, James 50, 118, 140 Finger, Robert C. 118, 132 Finkbeiner, Janet 107 Finke, Anne 81, 130 Gausa, Brigitte 39, 119 Gehmger, Judith 119, 145 Gelstman, Judy 81, 139 George, Thomas 81 Gerger, Sharon 119 Gerkin, James 119 Gerow, Barbara 55, 81, 141, 147, 130 Gerow, Nancy 119 Gerzeski, Ralph 119 Geth, Connie 119, 137 Geyer, Robert 107 Gissel, James 107 Giffin, Patricia 52, 81 Gilchrist, Frances 119 Gill, Wendy 119, 131 Glass, William 119, 160, 132 Glave, James 107 Glave, Sharon 81, 131 Glick, Janet 54, 107 Glick, Sidney 119, 160 130 Hanson, Bradley Hanson, Michael 82 1-larbaugh, John 119 Harding, Gerald 83 Harding, James 119 1-Iardt, Mary Ann 83 Harper, Charles 108 z Harrell, Judith 119 Harrell, Louis 83, 143, 175 Harrington, Patricia 108 Harris, Georgia 119 Harris, Lucille 83 Harris, Richard 83 Harrison, Richard 108 Harly, Ruth Anne 119 Hart, Marilyn 10, 11, 18, 34, 35, 51, 63, 79, 83, 137, 130 Hart, Nancy 119 Hart, Robert 35, 118, 119, 153 Huebner, Herman 108 Huebner, Wayne 120 Huff, Constance 50, 120, 141 Huff, Darryl 108, 141 Hummel, Brian 108 Humphreybjacqueline 11, 79, 90, 85, 1 Hundshamer, Florence 108 Hunt, Larry 85 Hunt, Rodney 120 Hurst, Judy 108, 131 Husen, Agnes 85 Hutchison, Marcia 85 Hyslop, Robert 35, 85, 142, 156, 157 Hyslop, William 108, 156 Hyvonen, Stuart 120, 155 -1- Ignatowsik, Harry 120 Ignatowski, James 108 Gobble Carolyn 107, 131, 140 Godina, Virginia 119 Golden, Hazel 119 Golden, Jerrilynn 107, 140 Golz, Kay 82 Gonzales, Jane 107 G nzales Mar aret 119 38 Hartman, Duane 108 Hartwig, Ardith 119 Harvey, Elizabeth 119, 137, 140 Harvey, Tom 10, 68, 83, 160, 162 Harvith, Anita 119 I-Iaskin, Ronald 119, 155 Hassber er Laurie 54, 108 Finner, Jerry 118 Firchau, Joanne M. 118 Fischer, Claude 107 Fischer, Kenneth 107 Fischer, Robert 81 Fisher, Richard 118 Fisher, Nancy 107 Fisher, Susan 107 Fisher, William 118 Fisher, William T. 118 Fliegel, Joanne 118, 140, 141 Fliegel, Joseph 107 Floeter, Jacqueline 81, 141 Johnso Flucke, David 107, 130 Foale, Bette 107 Forbes, Penny 107, 144 Ford, Mary 118 Foss, Jeanine 118, 133 Foulds, Scott 81 Fowler, Kay 118 Fowler, Owen 107 Fox, Joanne 81, 135, 54 Fox, Margo 118, 138, 130 France, Barbara 118, 133 Frank, Douglas 81, 160 Frank, Maureen 107 Frank, Robert 107 Frank, Thomas 118 Franklin, Kenyon 81, 132, 182 Fraser, George 118, 140 Fredericks, John 81 Freidinger, William 107, 131, 132 Freier, Carl 107 French, Karen 107 Frenzel, Neil 119 Frey, Sue 54, 81, 137 Frick, Pamela 107 Fritz, Judith 38, 119 Fritzler, Gale 107 Fritzler, Kay 81 Fromm, Carol Ann 107 Frost, Jane 81 Frye, Robert 81 Fuss, Betsy 119, 130 Fuss, Peggy 119 -G- Gage, Barbara 107 0 , E , Goodenow, Robert 107 Goodman, Arthur 119, 132 Goodwin, Jerry 119 Gorashko, Robert 82 Gordon, Chester 107 Gorsuch, Judy 82, 148 Gosen, Larry 82, 145 Gossett, James 82, 182 Graft, Joyce 82 Graham, David 119 Graham, LeRoy 82 Graham, Mary 119 Graham, Reed 107 Grant, Robert 35, 82, 132 Grashaw, James 82 Grauf, Bruce 119 Graves, Nancy 82 Green, Carol 119, 137, 140, 141 Green, Jacqueline 82 Green, James 82 Green, Judith 119 Greenberg, Brenda 119 Greenwald, Duane 107 Greenwald, Mamey 107 Greif, Majorie 119, 131, 137 Gremel, Loretta 107 Grenell, Robert' 82, 145 Griffin, Judy 119 Griffor, Mary Lou 107 Grigsby, Carol 119, 130 Gromek, Gloria 82, 130, 16 Gross, Amy 107 Elaine 107 Gross, Gross, Sally 107, 137 Gross, Suzanne 119 Groulz, Margaret 119, 131 Grout, Kenneth 82 K , Hasse, David 119 Hassen, Irene 119 Haulfe, Irwin 108 Hauman, Bonnie 50, 83 Hausser, Sharon 119, 138, 1-ll Hayman, Gary 119, 132, 160 Hazen, Patricia 83, 142, 130 Head, Dolores 83, 139 Hebbener, Thomas 119, 160 Hebl, Jerry 119 Hebl, Richard 119 Heffel, Judy 108 Helfel, Nancy 119 Heffel, Patsy 40, 119, 137 Hegenauer, Jill 35, 83, 138 Hein, Rodger 108 Heinz, Henry 119, 132 Illins, Mara 108 lmerman, Judy 108 Imker, Susan 120 Inman, Janet 11, 34, 51, 68, 85 Irish, Sharon 120, 130 Irvin, Willis 120 Irving, Janet 120, 147 Izzo, Jean 10, 11, 68, 79, 85 133, 130 Izzo, John 108 Izzo, Richard 120 Izzo, Thomas 108 -J- Jackson, David 120, 143, 174 Jackson, Marion 120, 130 Jacob, Gary 108 Jacob, James 108 Jacob, William 120 Heller, Kenwood 120 Helrnkamp, Gary 83, 155 Helpap, David 120 1-Ielpap, John 35, 83, 160 Hendersen, Sally 120, 140 Hendrick, Murray 35, 83 Hendricks, Harvey 120 Hendricks, Howard 108 Heney, Mary 120, 137 Henning, Sandra 83 Hensler, Richard 108, 138 Herbert, Janet 120 Heritier, Roy 84 Herlick, Ronald 108, 144 Jacques, David 85, 55 Jacques, Georgia 108, 141, 145, 130 James, Mary Beth 85, 138 Jameson, James 120 Janssens, Kathleen 55, 85, 141, 200 Jarecki, Jerry 120 Jarrard, Judy 85, 138 Jarrard, Douglas 108 Jarvis, Carol 108 Jarvis, Mary Ann 108, 131, 144 Jewell, Sandra Lee 85 Jewell, Vicki 108 Jewett, Gordon 85 Jochen, Arthur 108 Johnson, Arthur 120 Johnson, Audrey 39, 85 Johnson, Dennis 120 Johnson, Emily fGinnyJ 50, 120, 137, Herrig, John 108 Hersem, Lynne 108, 137, 133 Hersem, William 120 Herzog, Robert 108 Hetzner, Marilyn 108 Hicks, Linda 84, 135 131, 133, 130 Johnson, Gary 108 Johnson, Judy 109, 120 Johnson, Lee Ann 109 Johnson, Sally 120 n, Tom 120 Grube, Karl 119, 160 Grundas, John 82 Grunow, Grunow Janet 119 Jeanne 119 Higgins, Barry 108 Johnston,3lN61ary 52, 85, 133, 13 1 Johnstone, Sharon 109 Hilbormlggdith 120, 140, 141, 144, Hilbrandt, Larry 84 Grzesiak, Edward 107, Gudrais, Harold 82 Gudritz, David 107 Gullifor, Dale 107 Gunn, Judy 107, 131, Gunther, Gary 82 Gunther, Karen 119 Gushen, Janice 119 Gustafson, James 119, 143, 152 Gustin, Dan 119 Gustin, James 107 Guthrie, John 119 Gwiazdowski, Edward Hiles, Marcelyn 108 Hill, Bernard 108 Hill, David 84 Hill, Martin 84 Hill, Michel 54, 108 Hill, Hill, Hill, Hillm Pamela 108, 133 Robert A. 120 Sharon 108, 133, 137 an, Janet 120 Hillman, Susan 108 Hinds, Herbert 35, 68, 84, 161, 163 Hinds, Jacquelyn 108, 136 132, 160 r Jolin, Wayne 109 Jones, Hall 120, 160 Jones, Joann 60, 109, 130 Jones, Larry 109 Jones, Linda 120 Jones, Rav 120, 160 Jones, William 85 Jordan, Gale 85 Joyce, Marilyn 120, 130 Jurek, Judy 120 ..K.. Kabat, Frances 120 Kabat, Richard 120 Kacer, Steve 89, 109 Kackmeister, Donna 120, 130 51, 82 Gwiazdowski, Joseph 119 -H- Haar, Sharon 119 Hackett, Mike 108, 156 Hackett, Susan 108 Haefele, Carol 119, 138 Hagen, Martha 119 Hager, Charlene 108 Hahn, Robert 108 Hahn, Robert W. 108 Hale, Bonnie 108, 135 Hirst, Doreen 120 Hodges, Larry 108 Hodges, Robert 120 Hodgins, Nancy 84, 138 Hoewe, Gary 108 Hoff, Clarence 108 1-Iolfman, Judy 108, 137 Hoffmann, Joan 108, 137 Hogg, Kenneth 84 Hogg, Susan 108, 133, 135 Hohn, Connie 84, 130 Holley, Larry 120 Kackmeister, Thomas 120, 44 Kaczmarek, Judy 120 Kain, Lucille 39, 120 Kaiser, Terrence 85, 143 Kamenar, Charlene 85 Kamenar, Sandra 109. 133 Kamischke, Ronald 120 Kapka, lone 120, 137 Karls, John 109 Karls, Lois 51, 85, 141, 143, 142 Kasper, Michael 120 Munoz, Rebecca 39, 91, 139 Murphy, Gail 91 Murphy, Maria 111, 131, 133, 137 Murphy, William 122 -N- Nab, Roy 111 Nagel, Annette 122 Nagel, James 111 Nash, Joan 122 Needham er 1 , J ry 22,132 Needham, Nancy 11, 20, 68, 80, 91, 133, 130, 35 Nehls, Margaret 91, 137 Nehmer, Fred 91 Nelson, Herbert Uoeb 111 Nelson, Judith 111, 133 Nelson, Karen 111 Nelson, Sandra 91 Nelson, Sue Ann 91 Neorr, James 122 Neuendorf, Mary 111 Neuwirth, Richard 122 Newton, Clifford lll Newton, Harry 122 Newton, Patricia 91 Newton, Ritajean 111 Neymeiyer, Richard 91 Nichols, Gaye 111, 140 Nichols, Louis 122 Niederquell, Carol 91, 139 Niederstadt, Charles 91 Niederstadt, Judith 111, 135 Niederstadt, Lynn 123 Nieman, Carl 111, 156 Nieman, Paul 148, 91, 156, 159 Nitz, Lawrence 111, 160 Nixon, Robert 111 Noble, Nancy 111, 131, 140 Noel, Larry 123 Nolish, Judy 111, 115 Norberg, Tilda 123, 140, 141 Norris, James 111 Northway, Robert lll, 156 Nowak, James 91 -0- Obershmidt, Louise 123 Oblander, Mona 123 O'Brien, Tim 91 Ochodnicky, Sam 123 O'Connor, Carol 123, 147 O'Connor, John 111 Mary 123, 38 O'Connor, O'Connor, Ronald 123 Oglestone, Judy 91, 144 O'Keefe, Linda 111 Oldenburg, Kenneth 111 Olds. Mary 54, 111 O'Leary, Patricia 51, 123 Olney, Roger 123 Olson, James 123 Olson, Judith 50, 91, 140, 145 Olson, Warren 91 Oltz, Donald 91, 130 Olvera, Lazaro 123, 160, 163 Omness, Muriel 91, 138 Omness, Ralph 111, 144 Orems, David. 111, 148, 130 O'Riordan, Patricia 123, 135 Orloff, Eileen 111, 133 Orr, Diane 138, 130, 54 Orr, Iris 123 Ormes, Robert 123 Osterbeck, Paul 35. 91, 94, 142, 143 Ostrander, Claude 123 Ostrander, Irene 123 Otis, Craig 123 Otto, Penny 123 Otto, Sue 19, 91, 137 Otto, W. Gerber 111 Oviatt, Diane 123, 133 Owen, Kay 91, 139 Oyster, Sue 123 -p- Packard, Jane lll, 133 Paine, Susan 91, 138 Palin, John 111 Palmer, George 111 Parker, Joyce 39, 91 Parker, Sandra 123 Parker, William 91 Parks, Carol 91 Parks, Dorothy 92, 138 Parks, Jerry 111 Parrish, Sharon 50, 92, 140 Pate, Judith 35, 92, 142 Patterson, Lawrence 111 Patterson, Wayne 50, 123, 155 Paulus, David 123 Pawlick, Sandra 92 Peacock, Douglas lll Peitsch, David 112 Peloquin, William 112 Pendell, Marcia 112, 131, 133 Perkins, Marjean 123, 141 Perrin, Sandy 112 Perry, Dana 112 Perry, Donald 123 Perry, Edward 123 Persons, Patricia 35, 50, 92, 178 Peters, Barry 112 Peters, Gary 123 Peters, James 112 Peters, Randall 123, 160. Peters, Ronald 123 Peterson, Dale 92 Peterson, James 123 Pettis, Ruth 112, 131, 133 Pfeuffer, Marcia 55, 92, 135, 141 Pfeuffer, Roger 112, 156 Phelps, Margot 35, 123. 133, 137 Phillips, Dewey 112 Phillips, Frances 51, 92 Phillips, Judith 18, 123, 147 Piechotte, Barbara Jo 92, 138 Piechotte, Judith 123 Piehl, Margaret 123 Pietrzak, Judy 92, 137, 176, 130 Pinnell, Richard 112, 143 Pippo, William 123. 132 Pitsch, Carol 40, 54, 112 Pittman, Terry 112, 138 Piziks, Waldis 112 Plaga, Sue 123, 50 Platt, Judy 123 Platt, Kenneth 92 Ploetz, Judith 92, 137 Ploetz, Sue Ann 123, 133, 135, 137 Plonta, Barry 112 Plonta, Marie 92 Pockrandt, Bonnie 112, 133 Poellet, Arloa 92, 139 Pohlman, Adrienne 123 Pohlman, Jean 92. 136, 138 Pohlman, Mike 112 Pohlman, Thomas 92 Poitras, Terrie 112 Polaske, Noreen 92, 139 Pollen, Carol Ann 123 Poplewski, Linda 92, 123 Porter, Beverly 112, 135 Porter, Judith 47, 123 Posey, Sharon 11, 55, 92, 135, 141 Potter, Roger 123 Poulos, Donald 112, 145 Powers, Constance 35, 92, 136, 178 Powers Joela 123, 133. 138 Powlusl Bonnie 92 Premo, Doroth 123 Pretzer, Carroll, 92, 139 Pretzer, Clea 112 Pretzer, Duane 123 Price, Jane 112 P rime , Jim 112 Price, Marilyn 92, 138 Pries, Marjorie 92, 142, 130 Priest, Richard 123 Prindle, Philip 123 Prine, Harry 123, 143, 156 Pringle, Patricia 112 Proux, Ray 123 Prueter, Janice 123 Pryer, Susan 19, 122, 131, 133, 147, 130 Pudschun, Jerrilynn 112, 135, 130 Pugh, James 92 Pulaski, Barry 123 Purman, Gary 112 -R- Radley, Bonny 92, 138 Radley, Howard 92 Rae, James 10, 20, 35, 72, 92, 68, 34 Raines, Irene 112 Rambo, Barbara 123 Ramey, Gayla 39, 123 Ranke, Kathleen 112 Rappuhn, Judith 52, 92, 137 Rathbun, Jackie 48, 123 Ratliff, Herbert 112 Rau, Karen 123, 138 Raymond, Colleen 93, 137 Raymond, William 112, 145 Redenbo, Galen 112 Reed, Carol 112 Reed, Charles 112 Reed, James 93 Reetz, Katherine 123 Reid, Barbara 112 Reid, David 112, 140 Reil, Jerrie Lee 112 Reimus, Sue 93, 138 Reinke, Carol 50, 93 Reinke, Charles 112 Reis, Robert 123 Reis, Susanna 112 Reisig, Michael 1 12 Reitler, Carol 93, 139 Reitler, Susan 112 Remer, Sally Jo 112 Remington, William 123 Renner, Nancy 123 Renshaw, Catherine Detta 148, 93 Renshaw, Joanne 93 Renshaw, Nancy 49, 123 Rexius, Geraldine 93 Reynolds, Betty 112 Richards, Edward 123 Richards, Pamela 93 Richley, Jay 123 Richter, Mary Jane 123, 133 Rieck, Carol 112 Riepe, William 35, 118, 123, 160 Riethmeier, Alton 123, 143 Rigg, Becky 49, 123, 145 Rigg, Sandra 93, 130 Riseley, Lana 93 Rivette, David 123 Roach, Joanne 112 Robart, Beverly 38. 123 Robart, Kenneth 123, 144 Roberts, Mary 93, 141 Robertson, Judy 112, 133 Robertson, Sue 93 Robinson, Lynn 123 Robinson, Sandra 93 Robinson, Sharon 123, 133, 135, Robinson, Terry 112 Robson, Michael 93 Rock, Janice 54, 123, 131, 130 Rody, Sharon 124 Roe, Larry 93 Roesch, Edgar 112 Roethlisberger, Jas. 60, 124 Rogel, Sandra 124 Rogers, Charles 112 Rogers, Kay 112 Rogers, Richard 93 Rohde, Jean 124 Rohloff, Jane 124, 135, 130 Rohn, James 112 Roots, Ronald 124 Rork, Ted 94 Rosa, Alice 124 Rosa, Raymond 94 Rosales 35, 94, 155 Rose, Edward 112 Rose, James 112 Rose, Loxie 112 Rosenberg, Sandra 124, 147 Rosenfield, Judy 94 Rosengren, Dell 124, 132 Ross, James 124 Ross, Judith 112, 131, 137 Ross, Kathleen 54, 112 Ross. Toru 124 Rossman, Carol 94 Rossow, Marion 94, 135 Roth, Clarice 94, 136, 130 Roth, Jay 94 Roth, Ronald 94 Rotunna, Marion 112 Rousseau, Barry 94 Rousseau, George 112 Roux, Henry 94 Rowell, Harold 124 Royal, Ralph 124 Rudy, Betty 124 Rudy, Suellen 124, 133, 136, 1:18 Rullini, Jean 112 Ruhl, Ann 112, 133, 141, 145 Ruhl, Robert 124, 143 Ruiz, Connie 94 Rulapaugh, Willard 124 Rumbles, Wayne 35, 94 Rummel, Ted 20, 35, 94, 132 Runyan, Fred 95 Rupp, Larry 85 Ruppel, Mary Ann 124 Ruppel, Patricia 95 Rupple, Bonnie 124 Rupprecht, William 95, 140 Ruskin, Rae 112, 131, 133 Russell, Jean 112, 131, 122 Rutherford, Roger 51, 95 Ruthig, Janet 112, 133 Ryan, Tom 51, 124 Ryba, Judy Ann 112, 140 Ryder, Larry 112 Ryder, Noel 124, 144 -5- Sackrider, Duane 112 Sackrider, Kenneth 95, 145 Sackrider, Thelma 112 Sadenwater, Charles 112 Sadenwater, Susan 95, 142 Sadler, Robert 95 St. Pierre, Letitea 113, 133 Salesky, Edwin 112, 113 Salmer, Beverly 124, 180 Salow, Carol 124 Salvi, Deanna 95 Salwasser, Jim 124 Sample, MaDonna 113 Samson, Fay 95 Samson, Patricia 124 Sander, Marcia 124 Sandoval, Connie 95 Sandow, Joanne 124, 133, 130 Sands, Kay 95 Sands, -Patricia 124, 125 Sargent, Frances 113, 135 Sargent, Patricia 124, 133, 130 Sarow, Robert 113, 143 Savage, Judy 124 Sayles, Candace 113 Scanlon, Gerald 113 Schade, Marjorie 113, 131 Schadt, Tom 47, 124, 156 Schafer, Richard 124, 155 Schalfer, Karen 113 Schaitberger, Judith 124 Schalk, Jon 113, 144 Schaper, Carl 124 Schaper, Karen 124, 130 Schaffer, William 113, 130 Scharich, Barbara 95 Schark, Nancy 95 Schauman, Madeleine 124, 133 Schauniann, Carol 124 Schell, Geraldine 95 6 Schemm, Carole 50, 54, 90, 135, 141 SchemPP, Carolyn 124 Scherping, Billie May 113 Scherping, Phyllis 113, 140 Scherzer, JoAnne 124, 136 Scherzer, Robert 113 Schibelhut, Mary K. 175 Schiff, Lind 49, 124 Schimpf, Barbara 124 Schirmer, Lucie 95, 145, 130 Schalder, Janet 124 Schlicker, Carole 124 Schlicker, Ronald 113 Schluckbier, Gail 113, 130 Schluckbier, Karen 124 Schmidt, Elizabeth 124 Schmidt, Judith 113, 140, 144 Schmidt, Lloyd 95, 160 Schmidt, Marvin 124 Schmidt, Onalee 48, 113 Schmidt, Robert 113, 144 Schmidt, Tom 124 Schmidt Wallis 95 Schmidt Wayne 113 Schmieder, James 124 Schmittgen, Alice 50, 124, 140, 143 Schmittgen, Elizabeth 113 Schmittgen, Kay 50, 95, 137, 142 Schmolitz, Rosanne 124, 130 Schnarr, Judy 124 Schneider, Barbara 113 Schneider, Donald 113 Schneider, Donna 124 Schneider, John 44, 95, 132, 141 142, 143, 145, 160, 130, 35 Schneider, Lorna 124, 147, 130 Schnell, Fred 113 Schobert, Barbara 113 Schoenmeyer, Don 113, 144 Schoenmeyer, Jim 124 Schomaker, Karen 113 Schonig, Carla 113 Schoonover, Robert 95 Schrank, Jim 124 Schrens, David 113 Schrems, Delbert 124, 156 Schroeder, David 124 Schroeder, Julie 95 Schuette, Beth 113 Schultz, Bonnie 113 Schultz, Judith Kaye 124 Schultz, Judy Ann 39, 113, 131 Schulwitz, Gustav 95, 143, 142, 144 Schumacher, John 95 Schutt, Major 113 Schwan, Elaine 95, 136 Schwanbeck, John 113 Scott, Carolyn 124 Scott, Darrell 96, 178, 144 Scott, Henrietta 124 Scutt, Wendell iTonyJ 14, 96, 160 Seaman, Ted 124 Seaver, James 113 Sederlund, Sharon 113 Seeley, Dale 96 Seibert, Emil 96 Seibert, Marjorie 96, 139 Seide, Richard 96 Seidel, Michael 142, 68, 96, 143, 160 44 Seidel, Philip 96 Seiden, Tom 124 Seiferlein, Arthur 113 Seiferlein, Ronald 113 Seifert, Ute 96, 54, 141 Serrin, Virginia 124, 145 Setty, Patricia 96 Severen, James 113 Seymore, Karen 96, 139 Seymour, Rollin 96 Seymour, Wayne 113 Shabluk, Betty 124, 133, 147 Shabluk, Judith 96 Shabluk, Sharon 113 Shaddeau, Penny 113, 141 Shankel, Gerald 113, 156 Sharar, John 113 Sharar, Joyce 50, 96 Sharar, Roger 113 Shattuck, Roger 113 Shattuck, Nancy 113 Sheedy, Barbara 113, 133 Sheedy, Mary 124, 133, 130 Sheltraw, Madge 113 Sherman, Gloria 113, 131, 130 Shields, Dennis 96 Shimmin, Ann 113, 133, 137 Shimmin, Jean 113, 133, 137 Shoskey, William 124 Shuster, Janice 124 Siddons, Judith 50, 124, 38, 125 Sierocki, Richard 124 Sieverman, Claire 124 Sika, Frank 124 Sildstone, Alexis 113 Silnieks, Aina 96. 135 Simerson, Darrell 124 Simmons, James 113, 143 Simon, John 96 Simpson, Jean 96 Sims, Virginia 113, 131, 133 Skentzos, George 124 Slachta, Gene 113 Slachta, Gene 113 Slaton, Roberta 96 1 Slaton, Sandra 113 Smelley, James 124 Smith, Bettsie 124 Smithc, Brian 113 Beth 113, 131 Smith, Burris 113 Smith, Carol 113 Smith, Carolyn 113 Smith, Dalana 124 Smith, Dennis 113 Smith, Dennis 124, 152 Smith, Gail 125, 130 Smith, Gale 96, 147 Smith, Jacqueline 125 Smith, Jean Ann 96, 140 Smith, Joe 96 Smith, Judy 125 Smith, Kent 125 Smith, Lonnie 113 Smith, Michael 96 Smith, Nancy 125 Smith, Patricia 113 Smith, Richard 125, 144 Smith, Robert 125, 138 Smith, Sally 125 Snider, Connie 125, 147, 130 Snyder, Symons, Dave 125 -T- Talik, Frances 125 Talik, Marlene 98 Tallon, Peter 114, 132 Tanner, Susan 50, 98, 135, 140 Tarachas, Billy 114 Tarrant, Susan 114 Tarrant, Thomas 57, 125, 144 Tate, Diane 114 Taub, Charles 114 Taub, Ellen 125 Taylor, Barbara 98, 133, 176 Harvey 125 y , Marilyn 114 Taylor, Robert 98, 143 Thomas 125 William 125 Taylor, Ta lor Taylor, Taylor, Teboe, Joanne 90, 93, 98, 135, 133, 130 Teboe, Sally 114 Tedhams, Alyce 125 Tefft, James 125, 132 135, 137, Vetengle, Diane 126, 130 Vetengle, Judith 114 Vincent, Juanita 114 Visnaw, Janice 126 Visnaw, Kathryn 114 Vitale, Wayne 114 Vitek, Richard 126, Vitek, Thomas 126, 123, 132 Vlahon, Ted 99 Voelker, Carole 56, 114, 133 Vogel, Alice 14, 99, 130, 137 Vollmer, Jerry 114 Volz, Herbert 114, 50 Volz, Ruth 99 Vondette, Tom 114 Vondette, William 114, Vorce, Leah 39, 126 Vudures, Elaine 99, 139 132 156 ..W- Wackerly, Kay 126 Wade, Rodney 114 Wagenseller, Carol Wager, Emily 126, 126, 130, 131 141, 145 Wienberg, Carl 126 Wierman, James 126 Wiese, James 115 Wiggins, Sue 115 142 143 Wight, Roger 11, 35, 100, , Wightman, Joann 100 Wilber, John 56, 100 Wilhelm, Jerald 100 Williams, Albert 126 Williams, Connie 115 Williams, George 115 Williams, James 35, 100, 132 156 158. 159 Williams, Jane 115 Williams, Lois 100, 130 Williams, Nadine 100 Williams Nancy H. 100 Williams: Nancy J. 126, 131 Williams, William r. 126 Williams, WVi11son, William G. 126, 156 Darrell 100 Wilson, Gail 39, 126, 137 Wilson, Nancy 126, 135 Wilson, Wendell 126, 145 Wilson, Woodrow 101 Solak, Karen 113 Solgate, Jeanie 96, 148 Sollner, Carol 125, 133, 130 Sollner, Gary 35, 125, 150 Solterman, Brooks 35, 125, 130, 140 Sommers, Marilyn 113 Sommers, Robert 96 Sonnenberg, Jim 96 Sorenson, James 18, 89, 96, 140 Soriteu, Judith 125 Soriteu, Sammy 113 Sova, Sandra 96 Spangler, Donald 113 Sparks, Michele 113 Spaulding, Janet 125, 131 Spears, Elaine 96, 139 Spence, Robert 125 Spence, Rodney 11, 97, 152, 148 Spencer, Clarence 125 Spencer, Patricia 113 Ten Eyck, James 114, 145 Tenney, Jerry 98 Tenney, Merrily 114, 130 Terriam, Charles 114 Tetloff, Mary Ann 125 Thayer, Wayne 98 Thiede, Kermit 114 Thiede, Patricia 98 Thomas, Dodald 98 Thomas, Joan 125 Thomas, Kathleen 114 Thomas, Larry 114 Thomas, Lowell 114 Thomas, Robert 51, 98 Thomas Vinnie 98 139 Thompsbn, Bonnie,35, 125, Thompson, Thomas L. 125 Thompson, Thomas R. 20, 98, 135 138 Sperry, Mary 113, 131 Sperry, Sandra 97 Spicer, Carolyn 50, 38. 97, 132 Spicer, Ronald 125 Spiess, Joseph 113 S itz Dianne 113 .p , Sprott, Tom 125 Sproull, Lanny 125, 160 Sprubeck, Kenneth 113 Stahl, Vllilliam 125 Stahle, David 113 Stalker, Altan,l25, 148 Stander, Carl 113 Stander, Charmaine 97, 142, 130 Stanton, Jerome 113, 145 Staples, Mark 125, 132 Stark, Margaret 98 Stark, Ruth Ann 125 Starkweather, Thomas 114, 115 Staudacher, Gail 47, 125 Steckert, Donna 114 Steckert, Kenneth 98 Steiner, Mary 114 Steinpres. Beverly 114, 133 Stenzel, Gary 97 Stevens, Caroline 114, 136 Stevens, Robert 125, 155 Stewart, Dennis 35, 97, 132 Stiehr. Linda 54, 114, 136 Stierhiem, William 125 Stimpson, Fred 114 Sting. Don 35. 125, 160 Stingel, Frederick 114 Stingel. lane! 35. 51, 97, 135, 141 Stingel. Ralph 97 Stock. lohn 125, 132, 160, 143 Stoddard. Bruce 114 Stoddard, Ellen 114 Stoddard, Walter 125 Stoll, James 97 Stoll, Shirley 125 Storck, Donald 125 Stork, Barbara 114 Stormont. James 125 Strayer, Toni Ann 114 Street, Arthur 97 Street, Harold 114 Streussning, Patil 97 Stricker, John 114, 160 Stricker, Kathleen 97, 139 Strickland. Ann 56, 97, 133, 135 Stroebel, Carol 97 Stuart, Carol 98, 55, 138, 140, 141 Stuart, William 125 Stuller, James 114 Sturm, Richard 114 Suitor, John 125 Summerfield, David 125 Suppcs, Rcbert 114 Sural, Carol 114 Sural, Ronald 125 Sutton, Shirley 50, 76, 98 Swarthout, Larry 98 Swetz, Lula 50, 98, 130 Swift, Pat 125 Thoms, Patricia 99, 135 Thoms, Ronald 125 Thornton, Miriam fBethJ 99, 140, 141 Thornton, Patricia 114 Thorsen, Robert 114 Thumme, Carol 99, 48, 136, 138, 148 Thumme, Roy 114 Thurlow, Christie 114, 135 Tingler, David 114 Todd, Bonnie 99 Toft, Larry 125 Tolles, Janice 114 Tolloff, Carol 125 Tollolf, John 99 Tomforde, Jacqueline 125 Townley, Mary Lu 11, 20, 68, 99, 133, 141, 142, 130 Towns, Dean 125, 160 Trask, Kenneth 114, 156 Trautman, Barbara 125, 136 Treib, Carol 99 Trew, Patricia 54, 125, 140 Trew, Susan 99, 143 Trier, James 114 Tripple, Duane 114 Trogan, Nadine 114 Trommer, Susan 99 Troup, Paul 125 Tucker, Dan 114 Tucker, Gail 114 Tullis, Janet 114 Tullis, Valerie 125 Tunney, Bernard 50, 125 Turnbull, Delores 114 Wagner, Curt 114 Wagner, Keith 126 Wahl, Elroe 114 Wahl, Gary 114 Wahl, John 126 Wahl, Sharon 114 Waite, Maxine 126 Walk, Alvin 114 Walker, Allen 99, 132 Walker, Benjamin 99 Walker, Carol 114 Walker, Carolyn 99 Walker, Fredrick 114 Walker, June 114 Walker, Myrna 126, 133, 147 Wallace, Melvin 115, 141 Wallace, Richard 126 Wallace, Robert 18, 35, 50, 89, 99, 140, 148 Walter, James 126 Walters, James 126 1Valz, James 115 Wanbaugh, Jacque 19, 99, 135 Wandzel, Karen 126 Warner, Stanley 115 Vvlashburn, Carman 99, 132, 148 Waters, Paul 126, 155 Water, Robert 115 Watson, Albert 126 Watters, Gary 115 Wazny, Marilyn 115, 108 Webber Mary 100, 133, 135, 137 Weber, Diann 115 Weber, Gene 126 Weber, Sylvia 100, 137 Wedding, Shirley 115 Weeden, Willard 100 Wehner, Carl 115, 145 Turner, Arnold 125 Turner, Charles 114 Turner, Judith 50, 99, 176 Turner, Judyann 55, 99, 141 Tyner, Michaele 51, 14, 54, 99, 140, 141, 147 ..U- Ulicki, Phyllis 114 Ultho, Larry 126 Ulrich, Christa 114 Urbancik, Jerry 99 Weigel, Arnold 126, 144 Weiker, Garron 51, 100, 142, 160 Weiler, Harriet 115 Weinstein, Jack 100 Weir, Carole 115, 131, 133, 137 Weise, Ursula 100 Weisenbaugh, Dennis 115 Weishei m, Donald 100 Weiss, Marlene 115 Wellendorf, Jill 126, 137 VVells, lN'e1ls, James 100 John 35, 50, 100, 162 Wells, William 20, 100 Welsh, Welsh, Wend Barbara 100 Richard 115 ler, Paul 115 132, 160 1 Wiltse, Timothy. 115 Winchell, Grant 101 Windover, David 115, 138 Winieckie, Linnie 126 Winclow, Jule 101 Winslow, Susan 126 Winter, Sharon 126 Winterstein, Norm 101 Wirbel, Doris 126 Wirtz, Tom 126 Wise, Don 126 Wise, Harold 115 Wisniewski, Dennis 126 Witting, Marilynn 115 Wizorek, Carol 115 Wohlfeil, Mary 115 Woidka, Gregory 101, 132 Wolf, John 34, 68, 76, 101, 160, 163, 35 Wolf, Nancy 115, 133, 147 Wolfe, Twala 126 Wolfgang, Ruth 39, 101 Wolgast, Carol 115 Wolgast, Joan 126 Wolpert, Max 115, 144 Woodcock, Jerry 115 Woodke, Marjorie 115 Woodman, Peter 115 Woolever, Judy 115 Woolgar, Marci 115 Wooll, Emory 126 Wooll, John 101 Works, Barbara 115 Wressell, Judy Ann Wressell, Pamela 115 Wressell, Richard 101 Wressell, Sandra 126, 147 Wright, Connie 126 Wright, Lindsay 126 Wruck, Charles 101 Wuckert, Leonard 126 Wynes, James 35, 101 Wysong, Carol 115 126 .y- Yake, Glynn 115, 138 Yancer, Mary Kay 126 Yarmuth, Jean 126, 145 Yeager, June 115, 39 Yeager, Zenith 101, 130 Yeomans, Barbara 101 Yeomans, Nancy 115 Usewick, Betty Ann 54, 126 .V- Van Benschoten, Duane 114 Van Bocxlaer, Henry 114 Van Buren, Delores 38, 99 Vance, Larry 114 Vanderlip, Carol 114, 130, 137 Van Elsacker, James 126 Van Steensiste, Jo Ann 47, 120, 131 Van Wormer, Penny 126 Vasey, Julie 38, 99 Vasold, Arthur 126 Vasold, Warren 126 Veitengruber, Lois 114 Vellance, Carolyn 114 Vellance, Donna 99 Verbrugge, Gerald 114 Verbrugge, James 99, 142, 143 Verhey, Gayle 114, 145 Verpooten, Diana 126 Wendling, Gerald 100 Wenzel, Dorothy 115 Wenzel, Sandra 126 Werner, Judith 115 Westendorf, Albert 100 Westphal, Duane 100 Westwood, Carol 126, 147 Whalen, Ronald 115 Whalin, Jo Ann 155, 133, Whalin, Margaret 10, ll, 19, 137 133, 100 137 Yockey, Jean 115 Young, Dee 126, 156, 159 Young, James 115 Young, Roxanne 115 Young, Steve 35, 126 Young, Wayne 102 ..Z- Zacharias, Marcia 101, 143 Zagata, Larry 126 Zahn, Kathryn 54, 115, 131, 133 140 Zamora, Wilma 126 Zanner, Frank 101, 132, 148 Zanner, James 126, 132 Wheeler, Barry 126 Wheeler, Suzanne 126 White, Mary Alice 126 White, Maryann 51, 126 White, Sue 115, 137 White, Suzanne 35, 50, 100, 130, 137, 135 Whitney, Sharon 35, 101, 141, 144 Whitten, Bruce 35, 126, 143 Whitting, Janet 115 Wichman, Janice 115 Wichman, Susan 115 Wickman, Sue 115 Wieck, Judith 115 Wiederhold, Sandra 51, 100 Wiegand, John 100 133 143 Zastrow, Judy 126 Zauel, Roger 115 Zcdnicek, Zehnder, Jan 54, 115, 131, . 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