Eastland High School - Echo Yearbook (Roseville, MI)

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E 4 I P E G f . E X de 5 Edited by EAST LAND HIGH SCHOOL Roseville, Michigan 99459 Deafcbalfdcm XX x x R KA, ,xxx I With the passing of time, the echoes of our school life will grow fainter, and then die away. Gone forever will be the routine of school life, the fun we had, and the friends we made. We, the Echo Staff of 1956, wish to dedicate this year's Echo to these three fine teachers, Miss Jeanne Campbell, Mrs. Mary Chase, and Mrs. Gail Mc- Cracken, all of whom have done so much for the students of Eastland. We are sure they will stay in the memories of their students for many years to come Z Mis s Jeanne Campbell Mrs. Mary Chase Mrs. Gail McCracken IM. ' XGE, iv ' 'fl A L mv mg, Lou Atwe 11 X? ly Ed Bassett Sam Carrizales A1 Fitzgerald Russ Johnson Don Hamilton cha S Sponsor . . . . Mr. Albert Dilts Co-Editors . . Frances Domanski . . . . . . . .Marlene Wiesemann Layout Artists . . . . . Gloria Bosch . . . . . . . . . .MaryDavis . . . . . . . .EvelynOstrowski Subscriptions . . Donna DeCar1o . . . . . . . Violet Verhelle Photographers . . . . Lorraine Kopacz . . . . . . . . . . Ralph Stecker Advertising Managers . . . . Nick Posegay . . . . . . , , , , Don Winningham Artists . . .Emmogene Goodman . . . .... Imo Knox . . . . . .Dick Meade Typists . . Helen Dilts . . . . . . Joan Jamrus . . Carol Lambert . Catherine McC1uskey M7-'S . 1 5 W ..- Ar 'F ' - w I 'Y' 2 3 oi ' li p 'f 'L Lg. "p . A ' ew, L J, , 'ji 5 15 I 5 il M g3""x e r l e, F f 5,4414 of Z rm RICHARD DRAGER JOHN MCLEOD President Al. Superintendent RALPH ERICSON EDWIN HARRIS Secretary Treasurer DAVID MCCULLOUGH CHARLES MEADE Trustee Trustee MR, STEPHEN L. BEBAN MISS JANET STORK Principal Secretary MR, JAMES SITES MRS, GAIL MCCRACKEN MR. ALBERT R. DILTS MISS IEANNE CAMPBELL MR, CARL RIENER MRS, MARIE SCHULTZ MR, DONALD ROGERS MR, MAX AUTREY MR, JAMES CANTALUPO MR. BENJAMIN BURNESS MR, WARREN ELLIOTT MR. JOHN MCLEOD MRS. LORETTA WALKER MRS. LILLIAN TOUTANT Superintendent Secretary Secretary MR. J. EDWARD MEHARG MR. JOHN THEAKSTON MR. GORDON THOMAS MRS. CYNTHIA AGRES TA MRS, MARY C HASE MISS RITA DURINZI 9 MR, MORRIS WILSON MRS. JOANN SHERMAN MR. WILLIAM SHERMAN MR. ARTHUR STEW ART Custodian ,245 S Nx OUR S PON SORS FRED FRANK FUHR, JR, "Fred" "Quick with the answers." Class President 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co -Captain 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, E Club 1, 2,3, 4, Student Council 3, Junior Play. MISS IEANNE CAMPBELL CLASS MOTTO I "Not done, just begun." CLASS FLOWER 65444 White Carnation C LASS COLORS Blue and White MR. MAX AUTREY NICHOLAS JOHN POSEGAY "Nick-' "He could rate, orate, debate and in all he was great. " E Club 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Trea- surer 3, President 4, Echo Staff 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Announcer. 4 DONNA MARIE DSCARLO "Donna" "Always responds when duty calls. " Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, E Club 3, 4, G.A, A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, Queen's Court, Echo Staff 4, Pirate Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play. HELEN MARGARET DILTS "Helen" "She speaks, behaves, and acts as she ought to. " Class Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Queen's Court, Echo Staff 4, Junior Play EDWIN CHESTER HARRIS, JR. "Skinny" "A bluff a day makes school work play. Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, E Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pirate 4, Junior Play, Senior Play. SUSAN M. COMPTON "Sue" "Deligent1y she studies." Cheerleader 3, 4, E Club 3,4, G.A. A. 2, 3, President 4, Student Council Vice- President 4, Queen's Court, Junior Play, Senior Play. ANTHONY LEE BROOCKER "Tony" 'Silence is golden but who wants to be rich?" Pirate 4, Junior Play. JOSEPHINE MARIE VULTAGGIO NIO.. "A good sort and a good sport." Senior Play. HAROLD D. STEWART "Stew" "He who is tall, sees all. " Football 2, Basketball 4, Track 2, 3, 4 PEDRO CARRIZALES CATHERINE MARGARET MCCLUSKEY "Pete" "Betsy" "A man of action and idea1s." "Cupid's arrow found its mark." Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Football Co-Captain 4, Echo sraff 4, Pirate 4, Senior Play. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, E Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Play. ROBERT JOSEPH CLANCY "Bob" "Not so modest as he looks. " Pirate Staff 4. VIOLET RUTH VERHELLE uv-in "An all around sports fan, we wonder why. " G.A. A. lg Student Council 4, Echo Staff 4, Pirate Staff 4, Junior Play, Senior Play. ROBERT VANDENBROOKS "Bob" 'Because he says nothing is no sign he has nothing to say." Pirate Staff 3. 13 NORMAN J . ROGERS "Rabbit" "Calm yourself- -l'm never serious. " Football 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track lg Baseball 3, 4g E Club 3, 4g Pirate staff 4g Junior Play. LILLIAN ARCESE "Li1" "Her manner is as winning as her smile." G.A. A. 1, 2g Choir lg Queen's Court: Pirate Staff 4g Junior Playg Senior Play. JACK R. FITZGERALD "Fitz" "An altogether likeable and witty fellow. " Band lg Pirate staff 45 Senior Play. EVELYN MARIE OSTROWSKI ROBERT CHARLES ZUBY nEvu nBobn "Those cool and limpid green eyes." "Has a mind for historical facts Echo Staff 4g Pirate Staff 4g Junior Play. Basketball 1, 23 Pirate Staff 4. JACK WILLIAM SLAUGHTER "Jack" "Life without a good time isn't worth living. " Football 1, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3,4g Base- ball 1, 3, 4, E Club 4, Junior Play, Senior Play. GLORIA JEAN BOSCH "G1or" "Five foot two, eyes of blue. " Cheerleader 3, 4, E Club 3, 4, G. A. A 1, 2, 3, 4, Queen's Court: Echo Staff 3 Pirate Staff 4. RICHARD E. WILSON "Dick" "Often seen, but seldom heard. " Track 2,4g Baseball 2, 4, KAREN PHYLLIS DILLEY "Dil" "Her fabulous smile is always in style G.A.A. 1, Co-Queen: Pirate Staff 45 Senior Play. GERALD ARVEL BUMBALOUGH njen-yu "The industrious are certain of their reward. " Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 15 FRANK ALBERT SERAZIO "Frank" 'Has common sense in an uncommon way." Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4g E Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pirate staff 4. PATRICA ANN GIBBONS "Pat" "A way to have friends is to be one." G.A. A. 1, 2, 3,4g G.A. A. Vice-President 3, 4, Junior Playg Senior Playg Student Director. BOBBY JOEL ALVERSON "Humphrey" "Description is unnecessary--you know him. " Football 1, 3, 45 Pirate staff 4, Senior Play. CAROL JUNE LAMBERT "Carol" 'A thinker- -not a talker." Majorette 4, Echo Staff 4. CLIFTON E. MORRIS, JR. 'Cliff' "There are two sides to every story, my side and the wrong side." Junior Playg Senior Play. fc z J "ifi':5?J',?QE22fz' WF? 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MAY ELIZABETH BRATTO IVMBYN 'Soft-spoken plus sparkling brown eyes Pirate Staff 4g Senior Play. GERALD REGAN njerryn "The more we study the more we dis- cover our ignorance. So why study?" 17 RALPH ORVILLE STECKER "Ralph" "Wonder is the seed of science. " Band 1, 2, 3, Echo Staff 4, Pirate staff 3, Photo Club 1, 2, 3, 4. EMMAGENE JOYCE GOODMAN "Gene" 'Pretty eyes, pep, friendliness." Cheerleader 3, 4, Football Queen, E Club 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, Echo staff 4, Pirate Staff 2, 4. DONALD ADDINGTON nGayn "Attention girls! I am one in a million." Basketball 1, 2, Pirate Staff 4, Senior Play. L1LuAN ANN HENRY "Lil" "West Virginia's contribution to Eastland. DONALD EDWARD WINNINGHAM "Don" "A bad excuse is better than none at all." Basketball 1, 2, 3, Echo Staff 4, Pirate Staff 4 Junior Play. STANLEY W. POWELL "Stan" 'Still water runs deep." LORRAINE VIRGINIA KOPACZ. "Lorrie" 'Never let school interfere with pleasure. G,A, A, 1, 2g Echo Staff 4g Senior Play: Photo Club 3, 4. RICHARD L. ALLEN ' n Dickn "A sound mind in a sound body." Baseball 3, 4. JOSEPH CORRION nioen "He's a quiet boy--at times," HAROLD RAY "Harrold" "Men of few words are the best men. " JAMES ALBERT DELMOTTE rrlimrl "lf study interferes with a good time, don't study. " Pirate Staff 4. MARY MARGARET DAVIS "Megs" "Of course women are wiser than men because they know less and understand more." Majorette 2, 3,4g Head Majorette 43 G. A. A. 2, 3,4g Treasurer 3, 45 Echo Staff 4g Junior Playg Senior Play. AURELIO CARRIZALES " Aure1io" "Sewing a life sentence in matrimony. Class Vice-President 25 Football 1,2, 3 Track 1, 2g Captain 3g Baseball 1, 2, 3: E Club 1, 2, 3g Junior Playg Senior Play. IJORRAINE JULIA BATTANI "Lorraine "A calm and self possessed young person Senior Play. Z0 RICHARD EDWARD MEADE "Dick" "I'm not saying that I'm always right, but I'm never wrong. " Football 1, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 25 E Club 1, 2, 3,4g Echo Staff 4, Junior Play, Senior Play. ALICE MARLENE WIESEMANN "Mar" "The more the merrier--especially of men. " Student Council 4, Choir lg Queen's Court 4, Echo Staff, Co-Editor 4, Pirate Staff 4, Junior Playg Senior Play. RONALD ELDON BECK "Beck" "I graduated .... How?--- I don'r know either. ETHEL LUCILE HOLDERBAUM "B1ondie" "On the absentee list. " Pirate Staff 4. Zl NOT PIC TURED WILLIAM GERALD DIENER "Willy" "My mind is wondering--all my energy has gone to my feet." Band lg Pirate staff 4. FRANCES EILEEN DOMANSKI "Fran" "Better to be small and shine, than to be tall and cast a shadow." Choir 1g Echo Staff, Co-Editor 45 Junior Play, Student Director 3g Senior Play. HARVEY RALPH HEDGES "Krinkles" "Satisfied in keeping his own place. " Pirate Staff 4. D AV ID GILBERT DEN OMME lv vel' Track 2,3, 4g E Club 3, 4g Pirate Staff 4 ZZ K SN rf A3341 1 RAHI M W 'T .. 5 Q Q4 -eff 'S as-Q - J 74a Zinammocw Declazalcaa Q Q K!! lb' of the Senior Class of 1956 " H 1 5 X - r i ifu " Qs , . . ' 6 - - . . Q. 4' ' "' . ,. vi? 'ft T X, I ,535 ,fm-' 'nf'A ': ' 5 ' - , 3944 " 2. ,,,- 1 ' I ' " ' ' I ' Wi ' 9 rf '5 , 1,35 .W A gf - ' I vi Q 'A . N gl' E s ' E! 0 . . . When in course of school events, it becomes neces- sary for the Senior Class to dissolve the educational bonds which have connected it to the other clas ses, and to assume the duties of citizenship for which their school life has prepared them, a decent respect to the opinion of the other classes requires that they should transcribe this history leading up to their graduation. We, the Senior Class of 1956, entered the halls of Eastland High School in the fall of 1952, feeling a bit apprehensive but eager to begin our higher education. Our class elected Miss Jeanne Campbell and Mr. Warren Warken as Co-Sponsors, Fred Fuhr, Presidentg Nick Posegay, Vice-President, Helen Dilts, Secretary, and Donna DeCarlo, Treasurer to govern us during our first session of school. We had our first major activity in December, it was the Santa Claus Hop. It was a huge success, so we thought. As our representatives to the Senior Carnival, the Class elected Karen Dilley, Queen and Fred Fuhr as King. As our Sophomore year convened, we elected as class officers: Fred Fuhr, President, Aurelio Carrizales, Vice-President: Helen Dilts, Secretaryg and Donna DeCarlo, Treasurer. Miss Campbell again was our Sponsor. As Mr. Warken had not returned to Eastland we selected Mr. Max Autrey as Co-Sponsor. Our candidates for the Senior Carnival this year were Dorothy Spurling and Doug Reckinger, both of whom have left us. Our dance that year was called Operation Kick-off. The dance had a football theme. As Junior statesmen, we began our third session by electing Fred Fuhr, Pre si dent, Nick Posegay, Vice-President, Helen Dilts, Secretary, and Donna DeCarlo, Treasurer. Our Sponsors were the same as the preceding year. Our Junior Play was held on April Fool's Day and entitled Q Wedding. The biggest event of our Junior year was the annual Junior-Senior Banquet at Hillcrest Country Club, We again elected our candidates for the Senior Carnival, our choices were Donna DeCarlo, Queen and Frank Serazio, King. Taking our honored places as Senior statesmen, we again had Miss Jeanne Campbell and Mr. Max Autrey as Co-Sponsors. The officers remained the same as our Junior year. One of the biggest events this year was the first homecoming at Eastland. Karen Dilley and Gene Goodman were crowned Co-Queens at the dance along with their court composed of Gloria Bosch, Donna DeCarlo, Sue Compton, Lillian Arcese, Helen Dilts, and Marlene Wiesemann. Our Senior Play was a memorable one entitled Sweetheart of U-Baka-Pi. And for the support of this declaration and with a firm reliance on what the future holds for us, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our Sacred Honor. 23 THE SENIOR CLASS Pre side nt K X L, i In ,ff I .W, President my as err Pre side nt QP-DE 60:44 Ufjdcma Vice - Pre side nt is i 3 . A 51 S ,. J., Ti Vice-President Secretary eeee fs Vice -Pre side nt 4 -I , fA A gn..-' - , i Secretary Treasurer Z W , . -'uv' 1-M' ,K Q: ik an Hi 4' Treasurer ,E 1,-i. -. 'S -:fm ,M Secretary Treasurer Q69 G 7TH GRADE G anion ,Q ,gf .1 , Q. dw dd wi 'S " T r -14 ., ag, LQKIQI fy Inf' Vik Q f -V Q if gf' 32? .E ,. , .Av .4 27 pa 'Wa gd J K 4 , . fn-fw 1 K gf i 5 WM ,Q . K f Z5 C5 65 L41 5 P1 Z 'H . .M C x ,ff C566 665,44 K li 53 ,gi Xi, "lf" ff gf' 1 1 Q ' ' .. v X 4 Q' 1 J 'jf fr. 1 ,im xx , -' KY, ' Ni "'. .. Q. bl full? 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" 1, f. ,. .,,Q ., lr- 44 .af-61" LJ x Wx Mr. Riener Mrs. McCracken Nick Posegay Pre side nt Sponsors laden' cmd! fi Shirley Binard Marion Delmotte Secretary 35 Treasurer 7 Susan Compton Vice -President 6' fri Q if I NL Pclmte The Journalistic Creed We the Journalism Class of Eastl d H' an igh School in order to publish a more per- fect newspaper, establish Justice, and secure the blessings of Frcedom of the Press to ourselves and to those whom we represent, do ordain and establish this Journal- istic Creed, for the student body of Eastland High School. We believe, that our school newspaper is a school trust, that all connected with it are, to the full extent of their ability, trustees of this trust. We believe, that "clear thinking, and clear statement, accuracy and fairness" are the fundamentals of good Journalism. We believe, that suppression of the news is indefensible, for any consideration, other than the welfare of those involved. We believe, no individual shall skirk his responsibility, through others, We believe, that, advertising, news, and editorial columns should all be served in the best interest of the readers, that helpful truth and cleanness should prevail over all as the supreme test of good Journalism, We believe, that "Journalism which succeeds best and best deserves success- fears God and Honors Man", is independent and unmoved by'pride or greed, is con- structively tolerant, never careless, self-controlled and patient, respectful of its readers, is profoundly patriotic and lastly, is a journal of school activities of and about the student body and th f ' e aculty of Eastland High School. 47 +5 WW' 'J' MSUW 0 . sw W J N 'PWM Spam .gl 14 Qegza I 1 if ff 'k-- T fs ff Ax e r 1 ,., ,Q I ..-Vie .pf x wa 'f 4 PM fNX ,Q , 1. L?1. 3. 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