Ecorse High School - Ecorsair Yearbook (Ecorse, MI)

 - Class of 1954

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Printing C hand set by the Printer's Devilsl George Vandenberg Bill Morris Bill Collins Bill Perkins ADVISORS Lyle Meinke Mr. Hans Lantzsch Pmdugti gimilcwchallhorn Mr. Morley Riggs Advertisi ar atson . Tom Veyom Mr. John Reldy Sa Richard Spino Mr. Edward Johnston Printi Fred Hassom Gene Buckner Ronald Welch Don Kernan Dann Evans Oeblcatlon abmlnlsmatlor faculty GRGANIZAUOHS SDGRTIS U!1CEl2ClASSmGN semons Featunes ADVERTISING Dedicaied fo MR. JCHN E. DAVIS ONE SCORE and TEN Educafor Principal Teacher Friend af ECORSE HIGH SCHOCL 4 A ., r. -if sig fi ,jg VV' 1 -is 9 Q. S, 1 ff 9? 11 I 4 S 3 Q X . 2 2 5 17 if in El vin 'Ziyi V , QS? ' 5 K, . X Q 1 ? 1 sw W F 2 . if F , , f 5 3 1 F 5 J 1 Q " 4 i X r. ,Q 355 Q M ,iv . gi! I , A., f pil Q f 1' N! Ea Wifi K Q , Fw if F352 5 33,2 Q 9' Ng, Q alfgili 5 iff' 1 f H, if x f x ! X 1? 2. 3 9 2 E ,.. W Q, ADMINISTRATION ""-. """w. BOARD EDUCATION " Religion, morality, and knowledge being necessary to good government. and the happiness of mankind, schools and the means of education shall forever be encouraged. SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Nlr. RALPH E. BRANT 1 HA. Olivet College X lVl.A. Columbia University Ordinance of 1787 Left to right, Mr. Ralph Brant - Superintendent, Mrs. Marie Raupp - Trustee, Mr. Raymond MOl1tlC - Secretary, Mr. Edward Montry - President, Mr. VVilliam Hague - Trustee, Mr. Clarence Mead - Treasurer. This is the foundation of our Public School System. The people of Ecorse entrust tl education of their children to their elected representatives. The Annul Staff would lili to introduce you to our Board of Education. It has been through their hard Work and planning that you are going to have one 1 the finest schools available. All too often their Work is not evident to the students, ar therefore not fully appreciated. We would like to thank them, and the people of Ecorse for giving us an opportunii for a good education. An educated person is a good citizen. We shall do our utmo to exemplify good citizenship, EDUCA TIONAL i CONSULTANT Miss ROSE DILL A.B. Central Nlichigan College of Education M.A. George Peabody College for Teachers SPEECH SCHOOL NURSE CORRECTIONIST Miss TERES.-X MURPHY Mr. SIGFRED NELSON R.N. Mercy Hospital Speech Correction Chicago' Illinois B. A. VVayne University Mrs. LORRAINE NUSSEL Mrs. IRMA HICKS Mrs. DORRIS CURTISS Secfepffy t0 Sl1DCflHfC1'ldCHt Bookkeeper and Payroll Secretary Administrative Office B.S. Southwest Missouri Curriculum Office State College SECRETARIES Miss MARLENE SHESKO Mr. FRANK VRABEL Miss ANN FLANIGAN Receptionist-Stenographer Accounts Payable Stenographer Administrative Office BOOl4l4CCPllli! Olflfllf Administrative Office PRINCIPAL lXIr. JOHN DAVIS B. S. Detroit Teachers College M. 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University of Michigan GCHr621l BuSinCSS Western State College of Education B- S- Slfmi HClSIl1fS C0llCi1C Vvay ne University Mr. CHARLES SWEET Choir Port Huron Junior College B.A. Michigan State Normal Colleg University of Michigan M.A. Detroit Institute of Music Q s l gl 5, Mr. WILLIAM WEE BER General Science B. S. Michigan State Normal Coll: University of Michigan M. A. Wayne University llll Ill! QRG N -1 6 4. 0 dugg. . 'If M ZATIQN umom HONOR soclm S I 4 X V X4 -EQ- 4X Ecorse Chapter of The National Honor Society The National Honor Society is an organization designed to create greater enthusiasm for scholarship, to inspire a desire to render service, to promote leadership and to develop character. The local chapter is composed of students who are elected by members of the faculty of the Ecorse High School. Eligible candidates include representative numbers from the l2A, 1213, and 11A group, all of whom have shown out- Qfalldlnil qualities in scholarship, service, leadership and character. Left to Right : A. Balogh, G. Hegeman, E. Gevercer, D. Richards, B. Thomas, M. Westerdale, Nliss B. Elliott, D. Buckner, G. Fowler, F. Boyer, D. Pavlovich, B. Corns, C. Berger, and R. Bell. - - af.-, - rr in - ...LQSNQL b AY! be 0 ii Corse V tame th51lif"' u ni amd EQorS9lLf" mol Onored t S L .Hlgh 0 . i2......,......,.,,,,Affrwjflssembl K x, P0nsored sse S 4 If kter by th ufleut B Accfillts W.e'35f2215f?:fzz5f Ears: :'::5f5aS?5o5hif5:a of 12 re ' Fetedf Quiet I ?U1'D0s il I oc Ye is e initial' ?SS8d eb0f the assembl thena the left hand c , TS qqef 50- 3 .V Cay-01 Be Y. Dfon gf th Other of - - a1eS .embe yxorwf - w of the EC Peer 'MD um' . e Stage Sm - ' to fsday ugh X 0 hav .S of UIOSA to the ' e great .. flt. Envoy ed in mst TV-ll candle mgh 6 achieved - th right was explorer. -01 Me A seven ' Nw claw essive Ecofife ' - Q1 by Garmin their e names of th 3 chart Hstin ' Med an ents YQ-ire an. impr Xa Hx the Ster honor 8'ap1ace oz-ed at the e students h 8' 006 hun X SW? fi l'l'm' gee he. um- Beveilff lfwelv roll. One Da ' . assembly on' . SCDOO txt at 3 QU- Setv udltiix QYB xg ' -- e Student Vid RlCha ' High ,Les of med in We l Ot Schoox a noted w Westerda if goal In s who ,I of the cha rds, vice-pr - cemfica don bel day alzsmfi X Those h0 Maurice , A gfaauai' 'emed W.t-Tune ohtll of ceremo Pfer. acted as esrdent C0nV0ca t Tyres h agserpx S and .y yeaYS 1 12B A b 1h certift The , Dies for t .master xorium :line mlrdggcir-se Thsggers Ointgxa Rienagfveicef' sggogfhn Daviilghe siigg2SP1'0graxn hiagccasion. This W ed by me HOQGY gf'-'Q YP classy A Emi! e 6 Mmow' ,add -, Hiott, Spb lon of Miss B1 undef SPOHSOY National i hoI10'5mg.i4a mgaent, an eman an ve ress for the I tion- nsor Of the or angle of The amos? 0. 3 B 8-.fills stu eu Hag wdemg, . ,lfed by Jame Th 1 gamza, for mango maintaxrmxbiecgs Qgnxe Gaiglgh, QA s RAM ,dem oi I Jlijcorse Higlflnumbiraccompanist for Aotxlf- , an an 5 -nov af' ' Ba .-.Q PROC' ,. OYESX ,A the as 8 91-na l-Clelln.. S was Mrs nf-, lhe V0Cal its ,f The Art Club Senior High Art students are given an opportunity to View commercial art and to see some of the Work of the masters. This is done by visits to museums, institutions, and to commercial art companies. Art projects are an annual event. Camera Club Bottom Row: D. Helbig. G. Helbig, C .Westerdale, M. Vasquez, D. Duf- field, L. Johnson. Row 2: R. Armstrong, R. Max, C. Maida, .G. Ross, J. Steffes, T. Dele- george. Row 3: B. Paschal, J. Ford, R. Spino sl. Ellington, R. jones. Row 4: M. Isaacson, A. Farkas, L. Barber, Mr. Lantzsch. 1 Bottom Row: T. Rinaldi, A. Balogh M. Isaacson, B. Wilson, Miss lylar grett Milner, Sponsor. Row 2: J.Reiriz, D.Pusino, C.Ber ger, D. Ronders, B. McKeith C. Motley. Row 3: C. Brassell, L. Cox, M. Bal com, E. Henderson, W. Edmonds L. Bryant. "Smile," Now watch the birdie!" and the Camera Club has the makings of a good picture for the annual. To join, just sign up for a class or work on the annual stuff. There is always lots of Work, either public relations or school photographic problems. Bird Club Bottom Row: C. Berger, A. Balogzh, D. Richards, H. Matoras, Nliss H. jessman. Row 2: D. Ronders, T. Rinaldi, K. Mehrhof. Cv. Brucker, C. Hileman, M. Skender. Row 3: P. Schneider, G. Ghist, P. Courtney, R. Chiparo, H. Gaydos, A. Fech. Row 4: A. Morelli, B. Lowry, J. Reiriz, l'. Belew, M. Bercheny. To maintain a broader view of bird life and to learn the habits of these lovable creatures are the chief aims of the Bird Club. During the fall season the club takes various field trips to speculate the flight of many birds and to note the unusual species. This club offsets its expenses by the sales of ice cream during noon and after school. Biology Club Bottom Row: D. Ronders, Sec., D. Duffield, Treas., H. Matoras, Vice- pres., K. Mehrhof, Treas., G. i Brucker, Pres., Miss H.Jessman, Row 2: T. Rinaldi, J. Granaas, B. Moore, P. Berkey, M. Burkhardt, C. Hileman, M. Skender. Row 3: B. Crain, G. Ghist, K. Rose, P. Courtney, R. Chiparo, A. Balogh, C. Berger. 7 Row 4: P Belew, M. Bercheny. This club was developed to keep an interest in Biology and nature study long after Biology is taken from a student's curriculum. The club is open to all Biology students. The expenses of the field trips are paid from the sales of confectionary at noon and after school. , Future Nurses' C Bottom Row: J. Reiriz, D. Rc C. Berger. Row 2: J. Gordy, J. Bobo, L. Ir J. Nelson, M. Eason, F. Maso Row 3: W. Ford, A. Serb P. Courtney, P. Belew, G. l B. Baker, G. Brucker. Row 4: Mrs. C. Doelker, B. H , , .,.,,. ,, J. Trosin, R. Chiparo. If you have an interest in nursing, this organization will surely stimulate more enthusiasm. Trips to hospitals and laboratories are on th ' f d . A eligible for membership. e agen a ny girl in Senior High School is Latin Club . , .. f . l r J r Membership is derived through the Latin class. Its purpose is to pro- mote increased knowl- edgein the contributions of the Roman Empire to the Modern VVorld. Bottom Row: J. Bobo, J. Nelson, A. Farkas, M. Salas, L. Barber, J. Damron, E. Hamlin, C. Walker B. Garth, J. Deal T. McFadden. Row - 2: J. Gordy, L. Ingram, M. Eason, P. Brown, A. Fech, A. Duncan, R. Pietrangelo, G. Fowler L. Talley, E. Carter, B. Adams, K. Gates, R. Cook. Row - 3: L. Dunson, D. Clinkseales. J. Hoff, S. Green, T. Mitchell, E. Smart, L. Hawkins, E. Morelli J. Davis, T. Eason, D. Humphrey, N. hiitea, Mr. G. Santoro. Row - 4 L. Horner, B. Norton, F. Maida, W. Thomas, W. Fortner, J. Danovich, C. Hileman, P Courtney,R. Chiparo, D. Duffield, D. Gebhardt. Row - S B. Bartok, J. Devine, VV. Nunn, E. Hughes, A. Balogh, A. Rinaldi, G. Floyd, M. Skender A. Serbin, D. Ronders, C. Berger, P. Belew, C. Lewis. s Y Library Science Club Bottom Row: P. Courtney, C. Wam- elen, S. Cheek, E. Contreias, Miss L. Rizzo. Row 2: S. Easley, D. Humphrey. Looking for a book? Chances are you'Il be asking one of the members. These people render a distinct service to the school and students. Membership is by application and teacher recommendation. Spanish Club M .twin ' Bottom Row: J Horn, V. Morris, E. Hughes, M. C. Hamlin, D. Richards, F. Brant, Williams, M. Norman. Buenas dias Senores y Senoritas! The Spanish Club hopes to interest its students in the Span- ish culture. If you're planning a trip "South of the Border,"consult Mr. Santoro for this year's intinerary of the club's activities. D. Duffield, M. Row 2: T. White, C. McCuien, A. Branham, B. Crain, R. Max, F. Sanfilippo, W. Gyuran, R. Powell, C. Motley, B. Warren, E. Hamlin, A. Scott. ROWS: ljames, L.Boyd, R.Gaudy, R. Taylor, W. Nunn, B.LOWry, H. Gaydos, M.Burl-ihardt, C. Hileman. Row 4: D. Lee, L. Ruano, T. Rinaldi, T. Judge, N. Ballheim, R. Scott, M. Skender, J. Reiriz, D. Stone, R. Singer. ROWS: J.Stanton, H. Banks, J. Wise, D. VVoods, L. Banks, E. Skinner, E. Pietrangelo, K. Nlehrhof, R. Laughman, Mr. G. Santoro. l X PP s 3 F 5 lf ! 5 5 I 3 -. THE ORDER OF GREGG ARTISTS is for the purpose of encour- aging students to write artistic and accurate shorthand. Every member in this organization must qualify for the O. G. A. certificate in the Annual Gregg Contest. O. G. A. Bottom Row: B. Lunsford, J. S P. Colaianni, G. Berwick, C. H. Sipos. Row2: J.Lyons, J. Bayles, E.V L. Garrett, F. Mason, C. ' B. Harrison. Row 3: Mrs. ki. Compton, J. M. Gepes, E. Pakaski, D. I M. Prusky, M. Boyer, A. S felner, L. Wendi, M. Mr. C. Peterson. Row 4: W. Ford, G. B R. Palazzola, B. Baker, E.Ii B. Stein, N. Lanstra, N. S. Easley, J. Granaas. Row 5: H. Matoras, M. Bef P. Belew, C. Berger, G. Ghis 0. A. T. Bottom Row: W.Ford, J.Sanders, M. Cline, P. Colaianni, C. Bulko, B. Lunsford, M. Gepes. Row 2: G. Berwick, G. Brucker, H. Matoras, F. Jewell, H. Sipos Mrs. M. Compton. Row 3: M. Bercheny, E. Pakaski, M. Prusky, M. Aberl, J. Reiriz. Row 4: D. Berkey, D. Ronders, C. Berger. THE ORDER OF ARTISTIC TYPISTS is organized to compete with other typists in the Senior and Junior international typing contests. The contests are sponsored by the Gregg Awards Department of the Gregg Publishing Company. THE ORDER OF BUSINESS EFFICIENCY is limited to advanced Bookkeeping students who have solved an advanced Bookkeeping problem accurately and neatly in the Annual Bookkeeping Contest. Every member must have a certificate of membership in the O. B. E. O. B. E. Bottom Row: C. Bulko, M. Cline P. Colaianni. F. Jewell, L. Moore Row 2: G. Berwick, M. Prusky M. Boyer, A. Schoenfelner, J. Lyons Mr. C. Peterson. Row 3: G. Brucker, R. Palazzola D. Cushing. anna- .arT.4ii34" I Varsity Club l l Bottom Row : G. Floyd, J. Montroy Row 2 1 J. Barone, Coach G. Ock stadt, VV. Nunn. Row 3: J. Montroy, K. lVIehrhof D. Richards, J. Partipillo. Row 4 : B. Grimes, D. Kernan, B Morris, G. Ford, E. More-lli, E Revesz If you wear a big "E" this organization is especially for you. It strives for leadership in wanting you to be loyal to school and team. All major athletic award holders are invited to join. Meetings are held weekly. Monitors , , s . rg. "Permit Please" is a fav- orite war cry of the mon- itor system. These mon- itors are selected upon re- commendation of Studv Hall teachers. They main- tain quietness in halls, escort visitors to their ' destinations and strive to develop an all around desir- able school atmosphere. Bottom Row: A. Schoenfelner, M. Guthrie, E. Gevercer, W. Ford, C. Bulko, R. Pietrangelo, M. Cline, B. Lunsford, J. Hoffman, P. Ford, C. Long, L. Dunson. Row 2: A. Duncan, M. Bover, G. Lawson, B. Wilson, B. Adams, L. Garrett, E. Walker, M. Ciemierek, E. Nears, S. Harris, W. Clark, M. Moore. Row 3: Molnar, E. Gomes, B. Baker, R. Palazzola, A. Serbin, C. Smith, W. Nunn, B. Cislaw, C. Kirkland, J. Granaas, S. Easley, P. Belew, J. Bemis. Row 4: A. Cocroft, J. King, A. Hileman, F. Morris, J. Kernan, G. Swart, J. Partipilo, D. Duffield, M. Isaacson, A. Balogh, C. Berger, C. Walker. Row 5: Mr.J. Reidy, R. Gaudy, D. Thomas, H. Lawrence, J. Sluka, B. Prusky, D. Miller, E. Morelli, J. Davis, G. Hegeman, L. Bryant, R. Bush, E. Armour, ll T YXYZ I...,.... Student Council 'he Student Council is organized foster a student-faculty relation- p that will react to the best in- 'est of the school. lts function is assist inthe government of the iool. Members are representa- es elected by the home rooms. Bottom Row: P. Baklarz, V. Fejes. Row 2: E. Gaskin, B. Stafford, B. Dunn, D. Humphrey, J. Damron, G. Fow- ler, C. Motley. Row 3: B. Morris, D. Evans, K. Mehrhof, K. Minium, B. Cislaw, C. Kirkland, B. Blanton, B. Balcom. Row 4: W. Nunn, J. Poindexter, E. Smith, T. Branham, D. Richards, P. Schnei- der, M. S-kender, lVl.Subotich, J. Pelihos, D. Foster. Row S: Mr. M. Riggs, VV. Thomas, J. Steffes, J. Esterreicher, K. Rose, E. Pie- trangelo, J. Davis, G. Swart, T. Rogers, D. Rhoads, Mr. J. Reidy. Bottom Row : P. Courtney, B. Adams, J. Deal, T. McFadden, B. lNIcKeith, J. Hoff- man, S. Cheek, Miss M. Janson, M. Burkhardt. Row 2 : C. McFadden, C. Taylor, N. Corns, M. Westerdale, K. Miller, H. Matoras G. Brucker, E. Demings, M. Vasquez, E. Contrerias, P. Belew. Row 3: K. Kekich, C. Westerdale, D. McNeilage, C. Bakos, A. Fech, H. Gaydos F. Jewell, E. Henderson, M. Jewell, D. Duffield, D. Ronders. Row 4: L. Isaacson, J. Pelihos, S. Eddlemon, K. Sackenheim, L. Moore, E. Walker J. Bayles, L. Garrett, B. Warren, M. Norman, S. Jordan, K. Monk, D. Gombos, W. Worley, J. Smith, NI. Subotich, B. Wilson, L. Bryant, J. Wellons, L. Heard, M. Harbin. 1 y G. A. A. Monday night at 3:30 you will find the girls' gym full of activ- ity. The girls will probably be involved in some oftheir favor- ite sports. Any girl from 9B through 11A may become a mem- ber. Good attendance is one requirement for earning an award. ' The Eye And Ear Cl Bottom Row: B. Ford, E. Cadaret, S. Eddlemon, R. Vasquez, B. Dunn, P. Bercheny, P. Henderson. Row 2: G. Helbig, K. Monk, E. Hanuscak, V. VVallen, D.Jahn, J. Smith, N.Burse. Row 3: G.Reddick, A. Hileman J. Baier, L. Justice, T. Kennedy C. Hegeman. Row 4: Mr. R. Seavitt, M. James D. McKinney, W. Moore, A. Hol ton, R. Max, C. Maida. The Eye And Ear Club works for the audio-visual department ofthe school. They operate the motion and slide projectors and also the transcrip- tion machine for use in the classrooms. To join, one needs only a desire to be of service in this type of work. Radio Club Bottom Row : R. Speedie, J. Baier Sec., L. Sova, Pres., C. White, Vice pres., P. Bercheny. Row 2: Mr. S. Johnson, Sponsor: J Chiparo, L. Stevick, R. WVesterdale, W. Thomas. J. Holbrook. Any VVednesday at 3:30, you can enter Room 222 and find any number of boys having a good time, broadcasting to the different parts of the world This club is open to anyone who is interested in radio theory, and wishes to become a "Ham," The Pep Club Bottom Row: S. Easley, A. Cocroft, J Granaas, B. Moore, R. Pietrangelo, M. Burkhardt,P. Berkey, G. Brucker. Row 2: G. Ross, L. Barber, A. White- field, D. Miller, A. Balogh, P. Schneider P. Courtney, C. Smith, H. Sipos. Row 3: W. Ford, S. Fleshman, S. Cheek R. Palazzolo, P. Belew, J. Damron, B. Baker, J. Reiriz, C. Berger, D. Duffield D. Ronders, R. Chiparo. Row 4: C. Bulko, H. Matoras, M. Ber cheny, B. Dunn, B. Lowry, M. Wes terdale, C. WVesterdale. lf. Hanuscali C. Kirkland, J. Koziol, Miss M.Janson Row F: Mr. G. Ruehle, J. Pelihos, J Smith, K. Kc-kich, J. Hoffman, A Fech, H. Gaydos. D. McNeilage, D Mehrhof, S. Crist, B. Cislaw, J. Winn sk.. r wa.. . , V, ,L , H... ,. SML. 5.4 ra mu.-ffwsxts.-.y, f - .. .43 , .K . K .-.v,,,., ...- The Pep Group is organized to promote good sportsmanship and school spirit in our students. Volunteer membership is by pledging to support the varsity teams at all games, home and away. Meetings are held weekly dur- ing the scheduled Varsity season. Student Police l Bottom Row I J. Shirley, C. Mc Cuien, A. Stephens, C, Gibson, Row 2 1 W. Michaelis, J. Ford, D Thomas, R. Gaudy, R. Stahl, Capt L. Williains. These boys are representatives of the Student Council. Self government, to them is as important as self respect. Their Work is to remind students that good conduct is the only impression many people have of our school. Cooperation of the student body in working for better citizenship makes them happiest. Junior High Choir The Ecorse Junior High Choir, under the direction of Miss Garlington, has one class period re- hearsal each school day throughuot the year. Its purpose is to introduce good singing habits, improve one's ability to read music, and develop the singing voice. Performing before school assemblies and also for various organizations upon request, the members become better prepared to qualify for the Senior High Choir. Senior High Choir The Senior High Choir is composed of members from the ninth to the twelfth grades. It meets one hour a day, five days a week. The choir is available for concerts and pro- grams and is well known for its outstanding performances. The Ecorse Senior High Choir is under the direction of Mr. Sweet. Junior High Girl's Glee Club The Junior High Girls' Glec Club is combined of SB and SA members and is under the direction of Miss Garlington. These girls are given an accelerated course in coral singing be- cause of the limited enrollment. Their goal is to provide good entertainment for the school and community. Front Row: B. Boyer, B. Ballheim, R. Slitti, L. Muniz, H. Porter, E. Hanuscak, D. Bell- man, M. Taylor, E. Watson, H. Lara, A. McCoy, A. Blzizanovich. Back Row: P. Miller, S. Torango, E. Pacheco, C. Martinez, R. Berwick, B. Stafford, F. Penny, hl. Heard. P. Baklarz, B. Smith, B. Tate, D. Cobb, J. VValla, J. Pelletier, O. Bold- en' Senior High Girl's Glee Club J I fnr P in Row 1: hl. Jewel, A. Dolcini, Y. Callahan, V. Hayworth, N. Burse, J. Russell, C. Balcos, V. VVallen, K. Kelticll, B. Cislaw. Row 2: A. Scott, L. Heard, M. J. Kelly, Cv. Sykes, li. Hollis, S. Christ, S. Armstrong, I Af.n..+..A..., TN LL.. xr 11 fs 1, 1- -- - Y , Q 5,g?? 6 iw RQ K 7' , Ng .- 'f xv - in in V 'S Q M 4-'P in . 5 ,M rn ', 1 - - , . W I 2 wa gg , it ,,A, M 3 N x,,W N f. - m'iQ,YZf4,: A -' sig K A W ,R ' . A . - , M V A . .- f ,, , 4 , . 9 I ,, I '7? QQ ew-ww K 1 :Q Q ,Q ig W3 WW L:K'- , Sf, x NwWWwwmMvWwM.N.F, ,WWW ,,Wm'B,w..,,mwL ,OHIO "" n A uh L ,. .1 x. ,f .X Y Q 2 Q PAW ' W 4. ff.. a ' gpg' K 5 af' x gg ,,...-pk' vf -uw ,pa- Jr k Senior Band CLARINET lXl. Eason, B. Gottke, B. Green, B. Hammer, B. Hill, D. McNeilage, J. Molnar, K. Monk, XV. Nloore, K. Suckenlleim, R. Scott, L. Sllivel, R. Smart, J. Tubaka, J. Williams, NV. VVorley. CORNET B. Boyd, J. Davis, T. Eason, K. Gates, J. Huber, D. Laufzluman, J. Maley, R. Roberts, L, Ruzxno, NI. Salas, D. YVootls, E. Pietrangelo. TRONIBONE FRENCII HORN l'lCf.fUl.O T. lsfillllllllll, S. liLlkllClIl21ll, K. lNlillcr, li. Thornton. G. Fowler. l.. lngrtnn, J. Nelson C. Hilelnam Left to right: Geraldine Berwick, Milanne Skendcr, Emele Gevercer, Barbara Lunsford. Drum Major 81 Majorettes Left to Right: Geraldine Berwick, Milanne Skender, Roy Scott, Emele Gevercer, Barbara Lunsford. Senior Majorettes Drum Major Roy Scott Nlr. Saylor Drum Major Band Instructor Beginning Band Although the Beginning Band does not perform often publicly, it provides good experience in band instruction and in the fundamentals of music. To demonstrate its progress, the band participates in an assembly held once every semester. 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Lackey, lVI.C. Hamlin, J. Nlontroy, .K Mehrhof, D. Kerman, VV. Nunn, Coach Ockstadt. Scores Most Valuable Player River Rouge 12 Ecorse 28 VVyandotte 7 Ecorse 7 A Grosse Ile U Ecorse 6 Lincoln Park 13 Ecorse 12 1 Melvinclale 7 Ecorsc 0 'J Lowrey 6 Ecorse 12 if Dearborn 20 Ecorse 18 l'llelal. Allen Park 13 Ecofse 16 ,I m f, vi., Vgln ,I G. Margitan W. Whitsett Co-captain C0-Captain Q My . if 'fa . I I M: SEK ,fx '55 W 1 x . y W. i"5"Q' , 7 4 mf 4 W ,A f 'ff'i2g,g,,Q,, I , V -LW' 'N GE -SM Wa 1' T' my mm 5 1 K W yt 5. -P 4 vo' f 'K It I X 458 I'-. WN WFS P 1, , it 3 is , VG -3 G Q -Q gl .. N- Lt -Fw if Ip. ,L L. Mk , r I X 4 J: W ,f , ,V V ,mL. N, Q . K .A Q Q , ,Q E, Q 1' :-,wi 'Rfk - ,Q V 'QL ,, LN , "X 440 ,L AV' x M "pm, ' 1 , , , Q . , , N, X x fun' 4 4 X A ggw. x 'V 'Q3331' ,., W, . . Y iv-m,,4A Z .1 ' ,x . 1 K WL, " A 4 'E K M 'E ' , 'M 2' ,V if-MA 21-jxgg 5' A 1 , A 'A A W f K, 'T -.ffwgfz in., Jn ' I ,V . M . A 7 ' M ,S ' A ' -,QQ ,. '4 Hman ' A u ff' fx . ' Q if . A , 1 Y 1 7' ma: fv:Ma-- f ' +1- ,. V ,, , :ww . 'w 'QV up O 4 if 'QQ '-uw. -M A 1 "VT I L ,Q M. 4: . as K ' A, gf ., 'wk M QR 'K ' , ' f, i ' N 5i,5 72'f'f ,. I1 2 ,Vw f r F 2 l1'3-'iw-,Aq,g, - - . 4,,5+wQ ,. ,L . ' U '- ,j'Sl,f 1, eel, K fx! H 1 ff Rf, 93 1 .. Q 'va' wx S CH, w f s-L Jw . Fi 1: Kyiv? w '35 ' Wi k . , Q 'f 'W '- , af fl . ' , Vx f Vik'-fzfikxfqf-es: .f f .fy .1 - . f L, -R W'-W, , . W5 'af' L' ' ,. V' iw f my - W ME R. A af- ' , , 1 P A V' . ' f+:L.egwSf' F ,ggffgimf-f mf A Vi W-if. . my A w Z i ' Y L, H. 1 Reserves in Action Ileserve Footbah Bottom Row: R. Smart-manger, J. Devine, F. Maida, L. Hawkins, W. Michaelis, F Sanfilippo, G. Swart, VV. Boyd, T. Mays - Manager. Row 2: J. Smith, S. Marth, J. Partipilo, B. Powell, J. Rice, C. Anderson, J. Kernan, T Judge. Row 3: J. Ellington, G. Fritz, J. Boyd, G. Moore, B. Newton, T. Bodnar, N. Ballheim R. Mason. Row 4: Coach Ruehle, A. Hileman. J. Burkes, B. Hill, A. VVhitefield, T. Branham, B Comerzan, C. Deshazer, Coach Buckles. Scores River Rouge O Eeorse 13 Mclvindale 0 Ecorse 26 Lincoln Park 13 Ecorse 0 TYCIUOU 6 Ecorse 7 Grosse Ile 7 Ecorse 13 DC2fb0fl'l 0 Ecorse 6 Lincoln Park 7 Ecorse O Allen Park 0 Ecorse 19 Junior High Football 1 :L lk Bottom Row: R. Larson, L. Stone, A.'Smith, D. Bobo, F. McMurran, J. Came- ron, R. Jones, M. Huber, R. Fleming, J. Reed. Row 2: G. Kemp, E. Reasner, D. Rubley, L. Dixon, M. Smurda, C. Hegeman, M. Salas. Row3: Mr. A. Casanova, F. Field, Mgr., R. Shaw, T. Chaney, B. Moore, C. Smith, A. Clark, M. Carter, C. Bankhead, R. Montroy, R. Taylor Mgr., Mr. C. Knox. Row 4 : R. Trevino, E. Cadaret, H. Angle, H. Andrews, A. Hightower, E. Clark, C. Cameron, L. Cook, L. Stevick, J. Lucas. R. Speedie, L. Stevenson, C. Hopkins, R. Jones, l 1-Li' Ecorse Ecorse River Rouge 0 Grosse Ile 0 Melvindale 6 Lincoln Park 0 Ecorse 0 2.7 .QW Ecorse 7 rm 5 .D Scores lllllldllllwmm li i uqxx 5 y. 2 ' X l 'I' xx ' . . ...I .. JUHi0I' High Cheerleaders 'Riff Left to igit: X . W allen, IW. VV'eIIons, B. Cislziw, T. Pickett XV inn, B. Tate. J.. Left to Right: T. Pickett, B.Tute, J. VVim1, B. Cislaw, M. VVellons, V. XVzil I Merna Sue Easley NATIONAL Assbcl o A'rlQN Gloria Brucker Frances Brant H -X ' S.. Beverly Moore 7 Carol Berger Judy Granaas Ramona Pietrangelo Pat Berkey Senior High Cheerleaders Annie Cocroi 33.45. 'QQ 'lawn f A 'fi .fm f 1 Varsity Track G. Bottom Row: J. Boyd, J. Burkes, J. Steffes, H. Shepherd, E. Penny, B. Comerzan, Dixon, B. Moon. Miclclle Row: R. Armstrong, J. Reynolds, J. Shirley, L. Yvilliams, YV. Nunn, J. Nlalcy, G. Fritz, R. Taylor, L. English. Top Row: Coach Buss, D. Thomas, C. Hussey, H. Bomar, R. Candy, R. Laughman, F. Y'Vrigl1t, K. Mehrhof, XV. Morris, J. King, Coach Ockstadt. . A f ,. , - , -., .,,,....,,W,. ,LL ,N J' . If . . , , . ,f qv . fa. . -f ,rw - . . . 1- 'Tesla Q "fir-1 p'EH!f1"'f - ' 3 Us 4 . M., .12 1??:afll'le i'3?w""' r i lf . ... . " . ro " :'w'H.-1 "- r ."L . X. : :,,".,,bf:g.gq25,:'Aklgalzaill. GAY? JV ,'AfL3u'sJ.d. x Af I -A , 4-my ..4,: . ,K jg, ,jx am. .. 1. . y e. 'ff -..' H.. f L- hp . N y-'Qi QM WM f wx 317 -Q, e M Q.. -w e ' - . ' au- +5 A V.. Q---+ , N, Q. ,Wlfgi is-5: ,fggggxk """M" M W, ' pi I MQ.. -1 ,2 :Q-.. .gf ' A . , , J s'-- ,,,. W if I 5' . J . l . . . s . wi J ikf4W'.fz W.: wliwwns... A A I . 4 'A' -1-4 Q Varsity Tennis Bottom row: G. Floyd, G. Hegeman, K. Rose. Top row: Mr. H. Lantzsch, B. Fortner, M. YVesterdale, NI. C. Hamlin Rowing Q f Bottom Row: E. Genes, E. Revesz, R. Knisley, N. Mitea, YV. Gyuran, W. Collins D. Miller, G. Swnrt. Top Row: J. Van Canneyt, L. Hawkins, T. Rodnar, J. Devine, E. Morelli, F. Maida N. Ballheiin. D. Lee, T. judge, D. McCoy, J. Purtipilo, C. XVutson, R. Mason Rowing Queen Beverly Moore Varsity Baseball Bottom Row: J. Holbrook, R. Wallelm. E. Skinner, K. Moore, J. Ellington, J Montroy, J. Montroy, R. Holbrook, F. Sanfilippo. Row 2: D. Evans, E. Armour, C. Jackson, J. Danovich, J. Barone, F. Ford, R Grimes, C. Lackey, Conch Ruehle. Varsity Basketball ECORSE ECORSE ECORSE ECORSE ECOR SE ECORSE ECORSE ECORSE ECORSE ECORSE ECORSE ECORSE ECOR SE ECORSE ECORSE Row 1: Ray Armstrong - Manager, Charles Lackey, Jim Montroy, Jack Mont- roy, Nick Mitea, Bob VVallen, Bob lWax- Manager. Row 2: Coach George Ruehle, Roland Bush, M. C, Hamlin, Frank Ford, Bill Thomas, Ray Gaudy. Scores 44 ALLEN PARK 33 MELVINDALE 52 LINCOLN PARK 48 ROMULUS 34 RIVER ROUGE 38 ROSEVILLE 45 ROGERS CITY 67 LOWREY 50 DEARBORN 60 RIVER ROUGE 51 MELVINDALE 59 LINCOLN PARK 53 LOWREY 54 DEARBORN 45 RIVER ROUGE State Tournament ECQRSE 53 ST. PATRICKS E ECORSE 43 TRENTON 4 ECQQRSE 41 ST. MARY'S f ALPENA CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT CONSOLATION CHAMPIONS ,M K N 'G ff: Wsqwfw V ,Z 15,11 .M.,.... .3 .V ' V fig. f' ' V as , FQ. . Y , 1 ' 2 , A W j f V Y ' 1' f 1 K 7 N7 'kj '?5"'f:E.z , ,hiv '. " n if . f ff A -zz ' - V 76' -f . " ' 5.1 , A ',f-gm-ar, ? we-1 .QW A i, ' f?Efg2f4z TQ, ' ,, Q-gp. -- mfg? fy 2 Q - , wr. , Q4 ,313 A I S 5,2 . K V . 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QL , sn, ' N is J Qi. iw 14 if if M W, M-A M., Q 1 wx f ' - :Y -Q ,QL V, Q 'X Wm'?iifg5'l5Vffig'-if-ff,- -6 3 -- f -ff' ,gmm ' M, 13, md A MIPBIW Q N is Wx W4 r if 'QM Reserve Basketball Row 1: Larry Barber, Karl Mehrhof, John Danovich, Clifford Hussey, Charles Walker, James Smith, Bill Fortner. Row 2: Carl Kennedy, Levert English, Earl Skinner, Bob P ll F k S Fritz, Ben Compton. owe, ran anfilippo, George Freshman Basketball Row li George Moore, Bill Ford, ,lames Rice, Robert Lackey, Ronald Smart, Bill Boyd, Bernard Hill, Richard Speedie - Nlzmager. RCW 2: Charles Hegeman, joseph Loving, Lee Dawson, Bill Shaw, John Yvilliams, Robert Dombrosky, John Sampson, Coach Ralph Buckles. Junior High Basketball 33311 Row 1: D. Aguire, M. Salas, A. Smith, R. Beaver, C. Maida, M. Smurda, R. Nlontroy, K. Ford, Maliager. Row 2: D. Rubley, E. Reasner, D. Thomas, R. Trevino, J. Cameron, O. Thompson, Coach W. Fine. 4 S sm X 'w "Z"M-,L E M Wg: Y '...'f:5?'1f M S 5 V' M """'w,, , X A 1 w , h ,f . , 4 1 fxfffibf 15 H 'Mui ..i Q tifysv if 0 'S JUNIOR HIGH P. Harris. C. Spence, C. Klartinez, F. Bower., R. Lopez. F. Cliittnm, A. Jortlun, T. Cicxnierek. Nl. Smurda. H. Burgess, R.Lewis, B, Dickinson, L. Lngganf VV. Robinson, R. Pool. qMlxi- f-.ala .s-wi ' il M' C. Younts, B. Dunn, J. Collins, N. Forney Carr. G. Nelson, E. Clinkscales, D.Jones, L. Da M. McGreger. L. Smith, B. Baily, B. Norris, NI. Thomas Gholston. C. Anderson, S. Hollis, S. Lucas, T. Pickett. E. Gaston, S. VVindon. R. Van Horn, L. Justice, F. Carr, M. Abel Bercheny, A. Holton. D. Kovalchick, lW. Benny, M. Kawula, Coy, J. Cook, A. Hicks. K. Buxton, L. Gibert, D. Johnson, D. B0 B. Horvotlm, J. Flint. J. Matiyko, H. O'Byrant, G. Price, L. T: D. Kovulcllicl-z, D. Aquire. F .Puclieco, J. Cameron, l. Creeacli, D. Flat J. Aaron. 3. Cousineau, NI. Kalman, XI. Bel uins, D. Shivel, U. Lou-gles l. Landis, R. Blanton, L.Cl1all. E. Gay, R. Hoff. j.lxl1dIlllZlLlS2i. R. Nlartinez, P. Culierrez, Nl. Slack, J. llerlatli. . Bomlareliulg, Q Nlillisor. 5. Henderson, l. Bess, P. Callaway, M. Shelly. II. Rosalez, B. Nlelirlmf, D. Chiparo, J. Darilek. L. Vidurarri, L. Stevenson, R. Smith, L. Weiss. 1. Cushin, L. Ride. JUNIOR HIGH R. Swain, l'. Hnllwuin, C. Cameron, J. Butler, Szinilison. lf. Amos, xl. Ureene, R. Piny, Nl. Jones, C. Fr sun. D. Rubley, l.. Rice, K. Piero, ,l.Allf1'lC, G. Mart Inez. XV. Briggs, D. Nliller, D. Davidson, D. Foster. R. liurklizmlt, C. S1nitl1,J. Kings. JUNIOR HIGH I'. Ihnovicli, C. I3ilvlc,E.CLulz1rct, R. Flemin LXlwcrcromlwic, KI. Ford. ffl :si - ul, X rm Court, l.. Som, R. Sliuw, H. Polmorc, Iford, C: Hcgcmzm. l'. Tordy, B. 1.11 Rue, M. Mc Daniel, G. Goston, II. Wvzitson. It. Iilusculq, A. 'I uylo In-wis. r, l'. Smith, S. jackson, C. llc Slmzcr, NV. Pascal, E. Clzuk, R. Speedir NYhitc. I.. Vida, I.. Dmrsoii, S. Holloway, R. Taylor Rzmdolpli, Rzxlyvos. S. Torzmgzl, I.. Nluiiicz, C. IXIHYIIIICS, INI. T: R. Yvure, C. Clark. E. Huiizissnck. S. Xlullins. A. Kalmar, A. Bla vich, xl. Xvimi. 3 3 I i i XV. Harper, V. Llunes, T. Reed, M. VVe H. Reed. Nl. Turner, LI. lVIz1ys, C. Cooper, P. Riggin Griilwlws. G. Adams, G. Steward, IVI. Peoples. S. Har: R. Comm. IJ. Davis. M. Brogan. NI. Good, A. Rodri ll. Kilgore. I.. Humphrey. V. XX7l1llZ1CC, If. Adams. .Carmanz1. P. Henderson, Nl. Huber, F. Brown 1. Duffield. 5. Balcom, J. Lezak, R. VVestvrdale, VV. Duffield, 1. VVeisenstein. fl. Salos, T.YVhitc, H. Price. J. Pattenaude, J. Vhitrol. .. YVymer, B. Forkas, Nl. Partipillo, B. Baker, O. ilionvpson. , Manley, L. Lockett. D. Rhodes, D Grimm. Torcly, S. Schonscheck, C. Jewell, L. Boldin, Ross. VValkc:r, S, Howell, C. jewel, lll. Beisbing, N. acks. , Nangle, xl. Ross, D. Goodman, C. Spade. JUNIOR HIGH XV. Nlurgitzin, F. NVorilick, L. Vasquez, F.Kovz1l- cck, Xl. Vasquez, N. '1'lionm5. G. Tiirc, M. l.zil'lcrty. lXl. Szinlilippo, M. Subo ticll, L. Petty, L. 'l'rci'ino. Ll. Tinnin, V. Sliziw, D. Nagy, H. Anthony, E Smith. R. lXlonti'c-y. L. Sclionsclicek, J. Poinilcxter, A. King, L. Dixon , . I+. Barone, I-I. tlellerson. T. lxlllfillf, R. Trevino, T. XVymer, E. Reusner R. Poliiitslxi. x..r JUNIOR HIGH J. flrzniazis. J. Smith, J. Holbrook, R. Nlax, T. Uelcgeorge. S. Pzntoezny, l'. Ozittey, J. Johnson. C. Christopher, 'If hlugger. L. Stone, T. Swim, ll. Doe, R. Titis, E. Delgado. li. Toth, XV. l3lucl4well, R. Holton. J. llixon, E. Cohor, L. Sevier, A. Colling llzirone. R Craven, li. Xlziinxx lflllg, J Anton, L. I XY. lfo al. J. Hollnoolq, L. Swaflord, J. Haier, R. L2 ll. llulyvos. J. Loving, R.Teer, I7.Fields, D. Smith, H. ing. R. Hensley, J. Gyuran, R. Beaver, G.Brassell B. Crawford, J. Grimes, J. Gourley, J. Clim Y. Johnson, J. Swartzbaugh, C. Wallace VV. Johnson, J. Sessor, W. Berger. J. Kalmar, R. Paflord, J. Chainly, VV. Sevier, J Hanes. S.'Fejes, R. Denhuck, C. Moore, E. Stevens, NI. Stevens. B. Haines, B. Smith, B. Ballheim, R. Slitti, F. Penny. B. Tate, D. Lara, G. VVatson, S. Brown Samrnons. J. Helms, N. Thomas g 3 w H . .J- JUNIOR HIGH . Armstrong, D. Jones, l. English, Nl. Hearel. Coney, G. Wiullace. V. Tyis. L. Smith. . Cosgro, J. XVuhla, D. Helbig, R. Berwick. Cole, VV. Hoppe, D. Buckner, B. lvlitchell. C. Bzinlthczid, Xhi'-lSlllJl11LlS, M. Salas, C. Maid: ll. Darilela. K. Arnold-, D. Thomas, E. Davis, ll. Davi. U. Kemp. H. Lara. A. hIeCoy, F.I'ael1cco, xl. Pelletie D, Colwh. P. Bzxklarz, B. Boyer. B. Stafford, O. Boldei D. Bellinar. CV.,lordzxn, E. Conev. R.jones, D. Ford, P.Forc , .iii FRESHME E' , W iw ,L W fm, :, . ..:V- -fm A Agr' , . : . ia- ' ,Z Lg ....., 5 , lqzl ..':1 H A , L W? if 3 S My ' f - - B ,L .wtf gA,,.s.o-nk -L .ff 'WL .L x :if Ll 'io .. Mi 21 W' fi-. . -EFL? ii , -L. - . 'ifif 3' LL, Yiiilfff' N -r . 3 ml 5' elf- , ' K .- 35:19 '1- ' L H lr ' fag . a .. 1 ' ' ,. 1 fi . .'iEf2W.vi L . . , . , . . . . , . .Q - egLg-44'?kas- .. . . .. , . . . , . . . . f. .LQL-L-1.4 LL L: if L," 'E ' A rf' . .w A I , ' - z.. 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Row 5: Lillie Cook, Kenneth Corns, Nancy Corn Lois Cox. Rowfiz Loretta Crawford, Sharon Christ, Hele Davis, Gerald Dixon. Row 75 Alan Deloreto, Ethel Demings, Arlene Dolcini, Robe Drouillurd, Sue liddlemon, jack Ellington, Joe listerrcicher, jim Ford. Row SZ Robert Foster, George Fritz, Carolyn Gorton, Artesf Gates, George Gchlnink, George Girard, Donna Gumbo XVilli:un Gottke. , -L L 4 ' A . L., Ml 7,7 7 Q L ig ,-5 fr. ,El iiizf. F Q., L -L Q- A ,gi E, Q . , -. i .. 'U at Q L 'gli . - 551 ' L .4 L if Lf L j fl K1 5, 5+ Q 1. .. K t y, K , ,, 2- M . ,,,. ix - ' JS-rr-. Sw ' ., T W ei - 3 .L ..,.,., ,,., - - L ,-,, L .--L- , - . 5.25 ak it 8,95 L 5 1 L im mg Qi' J ,, eq Ah- L, M Wim E 'Y ., .. fb' li' A or ' H fziffii ' H req n "WE n fs -1, ,. -, V 1,354 K , L , : L. r . 3 1 , be "" Q' -- ' , fed , ,7,5-1, ,fading .oi EM he K Y e Q4 y t f l Klint: fl ft ' i- i - - fm '- .J ,lg . H . fn' 3 i " , Vi K ' fiiili ii 5, 1 if Top Row: Donald Grandison, Brenda Green, William Hammer, Willie Harrison, Virginia Hayworth, Lucille Heard, Geraldine Hel- big, Ernestine Henderson. Row 2: Betty Hertza, Alan Hileman, Bernard Hill, Georgette Hoak, VVilliam Holbrook, Earnestine Hollis, Nlattie Horhn, joe Huber. Row 3: Faith Hurst, Linda Isaacson, Dorothea Jahn, Lee Jackson. Row 4: Melvin james, Charles Jeffery, Mattie Jewell, Lucille Johnson. Row 5: Bill Jones, Herman jones, Ruby jones, Olin Jordan. Row 6: Virginia Keezer, Kay Kekich, Mary Kelley, Franklin Kovach. Row 7: Roosevelt Lackey, Harold Lawrence, Betty Lewis, Peter Luputz, Dennis Maldonzido, Yltlefonzo Nlnltlonado, Steven Marth, Thomas Mays. Row 8: Dolly McDaniel, Richard NIcGee, Donald McKinney, Donna McNeilage, Earl Meadows, YV:-xlter Michaelis, Don Miller, Kathleen Miller. if f W Y aww' Q i, Ja, N 'P A f P' Y 'P 1 2 , L i' ,: ' V Y V' QQJ: :"f",i.' 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Q P, Row 2: Billy Newton, Coleen Nichols, James Nicholson, Gl H, , Ode-n, Mary Palmer, Betty Parker, Joanne Pelihos, Eugene Pe UH- will P' :I K .- I ':: .. V Q 41 A . V W , JV, A Row 3: W allace Perry, Nlack Peterson, R Petrus, Jerome Pickett. 'M , , K ' . . - L VLVV A - 1- Row 4: Bobbie Price, Robert Prusky, Dorothy ' ,. I ti ff, . , ' dick, Iohn Reynolds ' Row 5:James Rice, Sharon Richardson, Rl Riggs, Evelyn Rightenburg. H J fn. in Row 6: Dorothy Robinson, Roberta Bot ,V-Y , I j , I we ,-rw . , i V owl - il Tommie Rogers, Janice Russell. ' "' ' 'E , V I ' i A ' J , il' , ' Row 7: Milan Sabo Kim bzickenheim ohn Sam son R4 i,i,gq2tfg,c,. , E , , f-.,,m--- - . v v P v 'lksflil W 2 . ff! "" ,. . N - . - - - - 'fav' bchonscheck, Annie Scott, Linda Shivel Rhea Silvers, o -. A My n 1 , 2 -in t ' D sa tu. . . Row 8: Ronald Smart, Jacqueline Smith, Eugene Snow, John ce, Raymond Sponseller, Jackson Steffes, John Stokes, Vt -f 'f fe l an A' Stroud. 'kfshwti if at Q A . E, S1 Q. fri? it - 5" 7 we N ..:.. 2 ff , J , f c . L t ff t ,, , . , nw o ., :egg in , f , , ,,,t .. f I , - . " V I , 4,,V , ,J W J ile' , li , ki fi yi 1 5, at V ,th M in L, o f M, A . sig 'W' sr. is .W ,5 il 5 , Top Row: Marie Subutivlm. Cl1ll'01L'C Suscuitx, Glcmline Sykes, jane Tsllwankzl, f,lL'l'1llillI1C Tuckcr, NIllj,fKlfllCZlZl Yzuquuz, Allen NV:1sl1in,Qtun, Dell XV:1tts. R ww 2: Bzlrlwnra NVQ-iss, Carol XVes1or4lnlc, Arthur XVl1itn-field, luim XVilIifimw, Lcurhzl XVilliums, Tummy jx-am VVilli11n1s, Robert Winslow, W'illude.m VVmIvy. Rmxfi: Lcaler VVu.n'm'm, Mary Ann Yvkin, Ilccn Zimmer. FRESHME l' r ':::l'.. 1 ' fl ' 5 gf 71 A K ' ' . wwwy5-,, , f f , 'Ev' rf!-'gif ' 5' .f iframe- OPHOMORE ,J im n7" , - fr. V 3 L B J B E L ' 4, i f ps y . , 1, 0 yt ai A ai-' 3, at if Q - '-5" a ff , , ,i ' .- W m- 'Wulf' rs if f ' I U 'arm S ,X 4 Q ,V t J' 1? Mwg, r,ii5,5,i,3gr L. A - 1 - M., e il "1 U ,f f . ' A ,. Hifi 'V' J, . I ' . , w r Bias f f: f -T 22 , 7' r ' , fi 4 B . . , I virr J .. ,a r my I I N R L , ' f ' 'J 5 ii .. 1 ,,,. , - f 5 3 , A- A xl E . Top Row: Barbara Adams, Bill Balcom, Harry Banks, Lara ., ,,, , Banks, Larry Barber, Jeanette Bobo, Tom Bodnar, James Boy! ...Y 1, wif' are m .W V319 ' I 552. , :Ali-gl i al it , W 1 si , , 552 5 as is haw Y Tis, lik G W5 ,fa , ff - 4, ia f'T,'?'5 -fray if L N ,a S ' r 'T QM. 73 ma- I w N H. , .,,.,. .K H 'Sv L . Q V' S ' an 1 WF 5 J' 08 45" yf ,wi " I ai z YQ? Q ff arf 'E Dr, ag M33 if if-' ' 'fa-1' X Gig? f w 932, , sr 'lim A. ffl Y 7 , , ,N M523 Q :L 1 in mmf' " Que-sw "six 45 's , J. 1 X :S tv if .ff M ui 'lt QM aauziaggffr if I ia ' fix, I .H n .ow 2: Tom Branham, Frances Brant, Abbie Brocks, Barba Busher, Don Buxton, Shirley Cheek, Mary Cfemierek, XVillisti1 Clark. Row 3: Nlary Cocklin, Loma Cohen, Joyce Collin Bernice Coney. Row 4: Elizabeth Contreras, James Cook, Pat Coul ney, Bob Crain. Row 5: Dorothy Curry, John Danovich, Irene Davi Jewel Deal. Row 6 : Myrna Eason, Alfred Farkas, Allene Fee -1, H - Phyllis Ford. How 75 VVilliam Fortner, Gwen Fowler John Gambrell, Helc 1? B or ,, te , t ,Wi Gaydos, Elmer Gepes, Robert Gholstun, Bertha Glenn, Elizabel Gomes. Row S: Joyce Gorny, David Gramlison, Zwayzer Green, Jar Grignon, Eddiemae Hamlin, Pauline Hardeman, Jerry Hartsel F WM 35 , r 'HL ,QM Efhx -- f 4 1 ' ' t an l , M-A Joe Horl. - J J ' , 2 rsst B J 4 I . -V "-,- ,.. sf, - . L. '!ev:: .i '?Y."'J ' ,, 7 'gg .Q V- . - , .1 E " ,L .'-Sikiewiiilrw ': 'l 5152 ,, esT- -- M' ,' ...t H, if ', ,HY 'liiifa-,P:' ,V K no K, H I , . ' " ' ' A ,, V: ff - -Q1 'K f-1 sf A 'W -.sa if 1 ' - ' I '74 'V L, - f ' 22 fa ' .figfyvk ,. - r Y , " 3 ' 42 jg: ' . -fa: by Saw- IW' - ' :':":." , ' 1 gm' .,,, A fairs? Lf, ' ,if - a,-rm, 2. 4 ' 4 ., H ar ar f? ,x . 521' , -L A ,i we , if S Q f: ,p a ge ie ' . ,Q,,a,g, , ii, wi, --aa- --Z fi, :. .- ,. . g,, f - ,Q-5i,,.:' M, -FS F' .zur ,, ., 1 i 'f-a. " -3' ia . V 35555 Q ,-- f,,,,,i ..--.ai wg,-,,., , .,.. . , A' fi: 12 7 2,-13 f:q,1iw, :- .... --1 ,Q ,,, . 2 , f 4 'P if Q K f ,av J M iq, fs. Mi is J , ,, f S Y ag' is i :slag ' i f .. WV ,, fe i ' , ' in w -ga 'f 'Q .Q f S. ,L ii? Q MW' if-Q .. Top Row: Janice Hoffman, Jacky Horlin, Caroline Huber, Clifford Hussey, Lizzie Ingram, Carolyn Jamison, Tom Judge, Janet Kalman. Row 2: Judy Keffer, Carl Kennedy, Milton Kennedy, John King, Carol Kirkland, June Koziol, Charles Lackey, David Lee. Row 7: Paul Row 3: Christine Lewis, Carmen Llanes, Bernieue Lowery, Consuelo Maldonado Row 4: Joe Mali-y, Ronald Max, Charlie lNIcCuicn, John McDaniel. Row 5: Thomasine McFadden, Karl Mchrhof Jr., Michael Nloran, Angela Morelli. Row 6: Frank Morris, Veld:1Morris, Ella Jean Nears, Josephine Nelson. Nemchek, Martha Norman, VValter Nunn, Foster Oatley, Richard Orgeck, Lulynne Perry, Ed Pietrangelo, Clyde Polsgrove. Row 8: Robert Powell, Leonard Poole, Dominic Pusino, Lorita Randolph, Gerald Ross ,Rufus Russell, lN'Iorris Salas, PatScl1ne- ider. gf' , il if- Q 1 J i 'L if .rm gil-,:e.i,:.,a-W, , S H Ml it V 1,35 -V gi H .1 . 4111 X as fa rv L giiiiifljyii Wag grill? I , 4 ,,.' - R - H iw , ,if -2 .0 Y, .,, M, . w --a .- ,fi cf :fIE'. 'i- "'5-. fffknr -' I S ZH 1 IQ A. il Q , , , if .,,, 'fa 1 SOPHOMORES . SS 3 Q Q L 1 i J 1 is .SK i M, if :ll war , w, Aa 'Y gg fxxfl-521 . A Q N i i 'F 7 '.,V . i 3 wif W5 -.wp 5 efi, , wi ' si , i gy? U X , 'ff s my , i 5 , ,.,, WX x!, ,,.2"h? fr ,A WK , .,-. , L.-1 K, , f Q 5 1 . ,, Q- . g - is if xi nf ' 1 ,Q , , 1? L ji iff in I. Q, j. i, ,V 1 If i L91 asv my V aka , ,ini 5 MM, rig, YU' i,. , Q Y lr Fl. 'CZ . fq f ," ia Nana iii , yu J if, i Q , W i f . Q -ri iie, , W J J fl- 1 e lr K ,,. K 1 for fri in '- i -U if H P+ if 'B' 11' SOPHOMORES , ..,: , , ,, , V S A S -i'?'iiiiEf5 L 1 all ifiifii 5 ' z - fr K 5. in , V: tlfi g y 'R api, , 4-2 ia i W -V 'sl-l .. . ' is 6 4,1 - 7:1415 . , - lisp fm- ' J J ' di rf' ff i t 5 1 w il l 255 's - .4-:uni ' W W' 'QI' g sg. -I it ..:-', l V , R im. V M' 1 if 4' A ,QT ,X ,V ,, in ..N . , , up I , .,, rw .1 . A - 3 My , N- .4 n,,, QL ii Top Row: Charles Seales, Lydia Hernandez, james Shirley, Ruth J, -5 V. Singer. Earl Skinner, -Iztniee Smith, Archie Snow, Robert Stahl. Q Row 2: Alxin Stephens, Ray Stevenson, Gary Swart, -Ierallne Sykes, Luther Talley, lioytl Thornton, Sharon Tobias, Nlabel "" " ": " Torango. Row 3: Charles hvilllitf, Barbara XVarren, Mary VVesterdale, Ronaltl White, Nlarva XViIliams, Mary VVilliams, jaeoh WVise, Donald XVuods. Row 4: janice Younts. Standing Frank Sanfilippo, Vice-President Sitting Gwen Fowler, Treasurer Allene Fech, Secretary Class Sponsors Mr. George Santoro Miss Frances Waggoner X S E is T355 K 4 i far f , Q 5 A -H X - X 5' , 'LEQESW . '11 . .. , ju fa "kr-zb 1- N1 2' if 54.4 Um 5 JU IORS ,n gt in li 1 1 -X F 5 SL gi Ui M if 4 x ' X , YQ? 3 if ii 'A" it - ' , A2'- I .A,- W I lk. fqiy I: ,Q 1 X. -.fQ..f'l A I i , , " aw. - L 75354. f. ii W ' . .. , .V.. . ' - fl " 5255 'K" f . 1' f 'gf t ai, . 5,-5 5. f - s .gil me Q W K . Q, , . J., 'i .,-ly., ,L, . , , H, , f - e .sts ,- i , k V K .1 V ,, '. -,,' ,,.i 1 "'- , WL . -,,ff 2 I K- .5 , . , - L. '-- " +L if Ji ii? - we . f rl " L 53 s V M14 1 f Tom Row: Marffaret Aberl, Esther Affnew, Barbara Baker N , L I, 1 .. B , ' w ht Ballheim, Robert Bartok, Julia Bayles, Patsy Belew, L ,G M 'ay' jars, 3 f 'Q ef- 4 .ae 7 f. t wah K f N-. f ir if s tw J , J :I4 I Row 2: Howard Bomar, Gloria Boyer, Marilyn Boyer, Rob Brassel, Gloria Brucker, Lillian Bryant, Marilyn Burkl1ardt,Su: Curr. Row 3: Elmer Carter, Dorothy Clinkscailes, Ii Clinkseales, Bill Collins. Row 4: Darlene Cushing, Janet Damron, Ger Davis, Gerald Devine. Row 5: Charlotte Dent, Connie Dixon, Ar Duncan, Louise Dunson. Row 6: Merna Easley, Thomas Eason, Ber Garth, Kelly Gates. Row 7: Claude Gibson, YVillie Gibson, John Giddens, Patri Girard, VVilliam Gyuran, Claudette Gordy, Edwin Grandis Marie Guthrie. Row S: Bessie Harrison, Louis Hawkins, Larry Horner, Caro Hileman, Delores Humphrey, Ronald Ingram, VVilliam Johns Jesse Jones. fi ,L iiiiii ii A t .. if i .,., N s , X 3 s i, sf it ,J Q ,. ,,l .sa . L D ii" 'i "' I 4 ff" , an 'fi' " . if f K E 'Q Top Row: Carol Keffer, Evelyn Kentris, Naomi Lanstra, Gloria .awson, Lorene Leigh, Nancy Lewis, june Lyons, Frank lylaida. low 2: Florence Mason, Richard Mason, Kay Minium, Theorlis flitchell, Nick Mitea, Lawrence Blonk, Beverly lXfIoore, hlary Ioore. Row 3: Saverio llorelli, Robert Norton, Rosalie Palazzolo, Joe Partipilo. Row 4: lNIimi Pavlovich, Ramona Pictrangelo, Nancy Resst, Edward Revesz. Row 5: Eleanore Renders, lklaria Rosalz, Luis Ruano, Anthonette Schoenfelner. Row G: Roy Scott, Bud Shepherd, Blilanne Sltcn- cler, Ebsen Smart. bw 7: YVillie Lee Steele, Betty Stein, Doris Stone, Rodney lylor, Gail Tcer, XVilliam Thomas, Hector Trevino, john Ln Canneyt. vw 8: Barbara Schaaf, Lillian Garrett, Charles Vorvcs, Ernestinc alker, Clark VVats0n, Joan WVellons, Lolita YVencll, YVilliam kin. ltr' ,, 1 ww, 2 f 4 2 nf Q Q 7 0' 1' .25 t - ' a , , f -' - get t,,, ,... ,,,,, aft g ,,. ' ' t M 5, f.'.l "' L Emi V1 4 5 , ,,,.t,m, .,, r . 1 I 4 1 In 4 ' or M . Q 5 y t M i-tl i ' s tt. 2 1 W ,,r. e Eafx S WE .fi t'a ' -- .l L- X rv at f Q 'a:'E4Lf9tIi- 5 , V ' mmf. i ,. A UNIORS A 2 5 R R Sal X . 4 5 3 'QF Sei,-,Q 2? V593 " X K t 55' wks .ilk gr,Wg essr . swf fx ,t Y .l E t iff' X L , f Hr, A 5 N 4 sz , 'Q 9 in , , 25' F lg J 'K if in sr L Q Q x 53 1 fix- A fi,- aigg ., 'at .2 ' I :bw Am 0' .W ,T HW .t .. at-f :fait , t 9- L ,- WML f 1 L! Y 4.1 xt 9' 1 3 W X X it K ff' 4 ,. , gif? .1 15 , X , RC gf my 5,9 t iz 122 , 32 we . e ll ,H T HELQ ,Fig 4 if R f si - - VV , Y " fig 5 Yi 5 t T P' - ,- .nv-it 'aa l iiitf lf lx? 4 f t Q .ik r n. i, gf . e X. 5 X af I if iii li., in , gf, at , , t my x WW' 5 I Ag mf- 4-, . , X- -at ffgmw ,,,. ' rv vi F' wh Q-at - 33-. .- F t v , fl! Qrazk -f ' QW , V- ' " Nl I l , A fra w I 4 ' . - . . f 5 'vw-ah 'il'--Q R " awww .F -' . . . ., M ' " - Q , -fy- .wz M,E5 3Lt52,,x,,A ,. 3.1. k4Mu,.,v W -M. JM- 1 in - , ,. - ' '- -- A , 'P-4 'gi W .wx - A 1 ,,..,q,y4 . 1 A v . af.. ,.,,. 1 Muff, - 'V W , f, -V ' 'gy f:,.Avg,g.,,-igf ' K ,uw ' N. N K - . f W ,,K .gng1j . kk "1-' A 'H Q A ' ' ' . f W ,. , H' k Q , we .im -f ' ,-W 9 ff....' - . f '53 u i.. . A -K, . 'X . QE'2 L1,15,14A . ' :L ' ' "' ' ' "5 iyf:ve'IMi3--1fffQ44'z!w3- - y 'f g "" E Q V C ..+ Q A -wmeg UIQ, ' . ga ' A , "fp " ' Y I ...,.,,m.. . H.. , . .- -L 421 A ff 5 ffngw V ,f Z EM sf 3 .5 VQWA 'N . xr, .-:M at H4 . , I P' Q :sg 0'3- 1,6 J 1 9 E IOR Helen Agnew Helen is a very reserved young miss. She would like to becomeaYVave. Helen is interested in playing softball and en- joys a quiet evening reading her favorite book. Joseph Barone One of joe's favorite sports is football. Out on the field the fellows nicknamed him Boldo. He also played varsity baseball and was a member of the Span- ish, Biology, Teenage, C-hoir, and Var- sity Clubs, His favorite hobby is fish- Edward Armour Eddie is a college-course student who wants to be a progressive jazz artist or a pharmacist, He makes a hobby of collecting recordings of Stan Kenton and other jazz artists. Eddie was a member of the Ecorse High School Marching Band, the Camera Club, Spanish-Latin Club, and the Student Council. He also enjoys playing baseball, john Bemis Parson Bemis is planning to be a min- ister. He is interested 'in tennis and xvhittlcs away his time at wood carving. He was a member of the Band and the camera club. John is also a great hunt- ing fan. Anthony lialogh PeeYVce, our class president, has been active ever sinc e he entered the class in the Freshman year. He enjoys drawing as a bobby and made most of the plans for the decorations for all the dances. l'eeXVee is co-c.litor of thisyear'sannual. He is in the Pep Club, Bird and Biology Club, Latin Club, National llonor Soci- ety, and the Student Council. Margaret Bercheny Good-natured Maggie is a girl whom everyone enjoys having as a friend. She was a very active young lady. Her activities in high school include O.A.T. U.G.A., Pep Club, Bird and Biology Clubs, and Teenage. Carol Berger Combining a sweet face and a charming personality, Carol is headed for success. She was active in sports and various organizations such as: O.G.A. , Future Nurses Club, Pep Club, National Honor Society, Student Council, Latin Club co-editor of the Annual, and Bird and Biology Clubs. Carol was active as a Senior cheerleader since her Iunior year and is planning to become a registered nurse. Geraldine Berwick Here is a girl who is really going places. Gerry's ambition is to be a good secreta- ry. Among her high school activities are O.G.A., O.B.E., O.A.T., Senior Choir, and Teenage, She was a major- ette since her Junior year. Dolores Berkey Attractiv'e, green-eyed Dee is a young lass who makes you feel at ease when in her company. Dee enjoys playing ll good game of baseball, and she is also active in recreation Basketball. Beyond her sports ability, she is very feminine, as you can readily see. During her high school years, she belonged to the Bird 8 Biology Clubs, G.G.A. O.A.T., and the Annual Staff Jean Bonds jean, the onlyredheadin theseniorclass, came to us from Central High, Phoenix City, Alabama. While there she was a member of the F.H.A.. F.T.A., Art Club, and Glee Club. In addition, she enjoyed skating, swimming, football and baseball. EIO Patricia Berkey Pat might be behind in height, but she is way ahead in personality and know- ledge. She was on the college course Sz someday plans to become a policewoman. This sweet girl is full of vitality and be- longed to many clubs at school including O. A.T. , Biology, and Teenage. She was a cheerleader and helped to pro- duce this annual. Carolyn Bulko Vivacious Carolyn with those sparkling brown eyes enjoys playing baseball and basketball. Her hobbyis collecting glass figurines. During her high school years, she belonged to O.A.T., O.B.E., Pep Club, and Teenage. E IOR Roland Bush Butch, as he is nicknamed, was on the college course. He plans to become a Civil Engineer. He has played varsity baseball and football. He was also a member of the Spanish - Latin club. Henry Ciotti Quiet, well - mannered Hank plans to become a machinist. He rowed for the Ecorse Boat Club and belonged to Teen- age. His hobby of listening to and col- lecting popular records has added to his smooth dancing ability. Pearl Chambers Friendly Pearlebetter known to others as Pea-1 njoys playing' basketball, skating, and bowling. li-Teens, G.A.A. and Senior Choir were ber actiiities in high svbool. Gene Claxton To become a tool and diemakcris Gene's ambition in life. After going to school all day, Gene takes to driving and work- ing on cars. He was on the general cou- rse and was ll member of the Ecorse High School Marching Band. Rose Cbiparo Rosie's quiet manner account for the fact that she is well-liked by everyone. Since her ambition in life is to be an X-Ray Technician, she is on the college course. Amon.: the organizations to which she belonged are: the Bird and Biology Club, Art Club, and the Latin Club. Rosie was also an active member of the Pep Club, Student Councial, and the Annual Staff. 1 K FWS hlarlene Cline Mar is a personality-plus young lady- Her smile never leaves her sweet face, and we suspect that it is her secret for friendship. During her four years of high school, she belonged to the O.B.A.,U.A. T., O.G.A., and Teenage Clubs. Annie Cocroft Quiet Nunnie is another sweet girl who is liked by all who know her. Sheis very ambitious about becoming a seamstress someday. Among her activities are, Choir, E-Teens, and she was also one of our favorite Cheerleaders during her junior and senior years. Charlotte Dent Sports minded Charlotte spent much of her time playing baseball, basketball, soccer and volleyball. She enjoyed read- ing and belonged to G.A.A. r ei' Pauline Colaianni Pauline, known to her friends as Paula, is not only a cute gal, but also a smart one. Being a commercial student she is a member of the O. A. T., O. B. A., and O. G. A. Since shelikesto sing, she is a member of the Senior Chior, and also belonged to Teenage. Dorthy Duffield Dorthy, better known to her classmates as Duffy, has one ambition: to ben baseball umpire. She is extremely active in sports, belonging to Girl's Recreation Softball and Basketball. Duffy is also a member of the Biology, Teenage, Pep, Spanish-Latin, and Camera Clubs. She is on the annual staff. Her main inter- ests are bicycling, sports, reading, and writing to her pen pals. EIO Guy Craighead Two of Guy's favorite hobbies are skat- ing and dancing and we know he dos-sn't do them alone. He is on the general course and Wants to become a tool and die maker. He can carry on a conver- sation, even though the only person he is talking to is himself. VVarner Edmonds XVe know VVarner by the noise she doe- sn't make. Her quietness seems to accen- tuate her brilliance. Warner's activities are the Art Club and O.A.T. For a hobby she spends a great deal of her time reading. SE IOR Dann Evans Dannie, who we always tease so much about looking like Tony Curtis, wants to be a movie star or a hair stylist. Dannie attended St. Patrick's before coming to Ecorse. He played varsity baseball and football. Dann also was a member of Teenage, Student Council, and Choir, Gary Ford This big, blue-eyed blonde is one of Ecorse High School's major assets on the gridiron. Gary has played varsity foot- ball for three years and rowed for Ecorse Boat Club one year. He was a member of the Varsity Club,and is on the college course. Gary Floyd Though most people know him by Floy- die, we porter "Poochie." His keen wit and personality keep a crowd in an up- roar. He also has the brains to accom- pany his wit. He plans to be an Indust- rial Research Chemist and is a member of the Latin and Varsity Clubs, "Pinoch- ie" is a tennis and music enthusiast. ,lack Ford jack is all for fun. He wants to lead a Successful life, which we know he will do. lVith his wonderful personality and kind word for everyone, how can he miss? ,lack is especially interested in tennis and loves to play the sax. lle was a member of the Hand, Latin Club, Teen- age, Camera Club, and the Pep Club. Frank Ford Frank's height and swiftness have made him the star center of the varsity basket- ball team. "Spider" was the :name given to him because of his long stride. Baseball is another one of Frank's inter- ests. He played varsity baseball two years and pitched both years. Frank was in the Spanish Club, and he is preparing for a career in engineering. Wilma Ford Fun-loving Willie, with those spark- ling brown eyes and warm smile was a member of the O.A.T., G.A.A., and a cheerleader. Willie's hobby is collecting records which tells us why she is such a sharp dancer. Peter Frierson Pete is the boy who could run the legs off a rabbit. He was the co-captain of the track squad for the l953 season and is interested in physical education. Pete enjoys reading as a hobby, and he was a member of the Spanish-Latin, and li- Teen Clubs Vvilliam Gholston Bill is interested in playing pro basket- ball. He is well over six feet and can just about stand on the tips of his toes and drop the ball in the basket. Bill was on the general course and was a member of the Art Club. Marianna Gepes Dark haired, brown-eyed Nan likes horseback riding and swimming. Nan is also around when "fishing" is mention- ed, or is usually the first to suggest it. During her four years in high school she was a member of the O.G.A., O.A.T., Biol0gy,G.A.A., and Library Science Clubs. Claude Gibson Athletic minded Bishop participated in football and basketball. He was a mem- ber of the Student Police, Senior Choir, and Cafeteria. SE IORS Emele Gevercer College-bound Em is the actress of our class, therefore, she plans to be a dra- matics teacher. Her activities are Choir, Majorette, Latin Club, Annual Staff, and the National Honor Society. Em is always ready for a good laugh and keeps everyone laughing along with her. Tom Gordon You never see Tom without his little green Ford. It just seems to follow him wherever he goes. He isn't sure about what he would like to do after he has spent four years in college, but we are sure he will be successful at whatever he does. Tom played varsity football while Z- L:..L Ml 1 E IOR Robert Granaas Bob's main interest seems to be in his schoolwork. He is also very faithful to his paper route. Bob played Tennis for Ecorse and plans to make a career of land- scaping, or some phase of architectuary work. He, is on the College Course. Frederick I-lassom Fred wants to become a salesmang a suc- cessful one. Basketball is among the sports he enjoys playing and he also does woodwork. He was on the General Course and a member of the Senior Choir. Robert Grimes You can tell at first why Bob received the nickname Big Bear. He has a hearty smile for everyone, and his aim is to be successful. Bob's main interest lies in sports, All of his 240 pounds were an advantage to our football and basketball team. ln his Junior year he made All A- rea and All League first string. He also played Varsity Basketball and track. Bob was President of the Varsity Club, and the junior Class. He was a member of the Senior Choir and Teen-age. Garnett Hegeman A successful surgeon is this young fell- ow's ambition aud we knew he can do it, He has been a member ofthe Band, National Honor Society Student Coun- cil, and E-Teen. Garnett finds time to play 'tennis and enjoy his hobbies of photography and model airplanes. lNl.C. Hamlin This tall, husky looking fellow was our star quarterback in the 1953 football sea- son. His athletic ability is not limited only to football- lVl.C. played excellent varsity basketball and tennis alSo. His one ambition is to to contribute some- thing to the world. Charles Hicks Chuck came to us from Portsmouth Higl School. He is on the General Course With his curly blonde hair and big smil for everyone, he can't miss making, manj friends, both in school and out. He plan to be a machinist and is interested ir huntingi Robert Holbrook It was a happy day for Ecorse when Bob set foot here from Georgia. He was a good baseball player as well as a foot- ball player. lie enjoys his sports. Bob is on the College Course and plans to be an architect. Mary Kay Hollobaugh Although Mary Kay came to Ecorse High during her senior year, she ig known and liked by all. VVhile a student at St. Francis Xavier, Nlary was a cheer- leader. She also belonged to Student Council and Sodality. SE IORS Edward Hughes Eddie came to us from Southwestern, and we were proud to have him as a member of our class. He is on the College Course and preparing to go to college to be an engineer. The sports he particularly en- Marie Isaacson Marie has a sparkling personality and belonged to such numerous clubs as Art, Camera, Teenage, G.A.A., Girl's En- semble, Choir, Bird and Biology and is also a member of Student Council and the Annual Staff. Marie's ambition is to get married and she has such approp- riate hobbies as cooking and sewing for the future. Freddie Mae Jewell Most of ,her friends nicknamed her je- well, so we'll stick to that. Jewell wants to become a typist. She is also interested in sewing and enjoys many sports. She was on the commercial course and be- longed to O,B.A.,O.A.T., and G.A.A. joys are Varsity Track, Football and Basketball. Eddie belonged to the E- Teen Club Spanish Club, and Student Police. Roosevelt Jones l'Pete" is one fellow that has really con- tributed to many of our wins in football in the 1952 season. He also was on the track team and played varsity basketball We feel sure that "Pete" will go far in the world of sports. He was on the gen- eral eourse and spent much of his time in printing. E IORS Shirley Jordan Jean is acharming miss who is full of fun and mischief. She likes to laugh and her favorite pastime is singing. Jean has an ambition to be a seamstress. She belong- ed to Choir, G.A.A. , and E-Teens. ug! Gloria Lawson Service minded Gloria plans to become a missionary someday. She is President of the Church Youth Department and a member of the Senior Choir. Don Kernan Dynamic Don was one of our most out- standing football players during his high school years. Rub, as he is known to his friends, belonged to Teenage, Choir, and the Varsity Club. He may be short, hut he couldn't be beaten as quarterback in his junior Year. Rub played three years of varsity football. He has also been rowing with the Ecorse Boat Club. Barbara Lunsford Barb, with her quiet and modest ways has gained a great dealof respect among her friends. She has also gained lots of popularity by being one of our best ma- jorettes during the past four years. Barb has an ambition to be a big success as a wife and a mother. She was a member of Teenage, O. G. A., O. A. T., and Choir. Donald Lang Don is one of the more quiet and re- served boys. Because of his patience and understanding, Don's ambition is to become a teacher. He is on the col- lege course and plans to travel. He was a member of the Spanish-Latin Club and the Ecorse High School Marching Band. Catherine McFadden Catherine is a swell girl with lots of per- sonality. She enjoys basketball, roller skating and swimming. Catherine's am- bition is to be a nurse, and we are sure she will make a good one. She was a member of G.A.A., E-Teens , and is especially interested in dancing. If Ffa. Beverly McKeith Here is a lasswhose blushing complexion can brighten up the gloomiest Clay, Mickey is the nickname to which she answers. l'ler hobbies are anything concerning sports. She is an expert at tennis and belongs to recreation basket- ball and baseball teams. She also be- longed to Teenage, O.A.T., Pep Club, Bi mlogy Club. and the Annual Staff. Lyle Meinke Grasshopper may be short, but his hum- orous remarks and personality have made him one of the most fun-loving boys in the class. Although he only participat- ed in rowing for Ecorse, he was also in- terested in football. VVhile in school he was a member of the band and Teenage. Grasshoppefs main interest is dancing. SENIOR George Margitan This rugged. all-star center has played i arsity football three years. In his junior year George was picked All-League in the Nlellus Paper, and All-Area Center in his Senior Year. Ile was co-captain of the 1953 season and also was presented with a trophy for being the "most valu- able player" for 1952. Some of his other activities have been the Spanish Club and rowing for the Ecorse Boat Club. Harriet Matoras Fun-loving and sports-minded Mattie likes to play baseball, basketball, and volleyball. She belonged to the Annual Staff, Teenage, Pep Club, Senior Choir, Bird and Biology Clubs, O. T. A., O. G. A., and G.A. A. james Montroy This all-around, good-looking athlete has carried Eeorse to many victories in football, basketball, and baseball. He served as Jr. Class Vice-President, and is a member of the Varsity Club, Spanish Club, Teenage, and Choir. jim is also interested in drawing and wishes to be- come a commercial artist. John Montroy -lack is the charging football hero of Ifcorse lligh. VVhenever the conversation is focused on sports, jack becomes active. Jack played varsity football, making All-Area in his Senior Year. lle played varsity baseball and basketball, being successful in each of them. jack is a a member of the Varsity Club and wants E IOR Audrey Morris If every deedvwere a cent, Audrey would be a millionaire. She has never turned down a request to help anyone. Audrey, better known as Aubie, will be a suc- VVilliam hlorris Bill received the nickname "Gubby" on the football field. He has been success- ful so far in the Naval Reserves, and when he completes his schooling here, he would like to make a career of the Navy or become a Welder Hehas been a mem- ber of the Varsity Club, played varsity Nancy Norman Sweetness and neatness are two outstand- ing reasonsfor Nuns, popularity among her classmates. Nan is an amazing gal, full of surprises. To be a singer is her dream. She belonged to E-Teens and Choir. Her favorite sport is baseball. Nan's hobbies are skating and dancing. ceess wherever she goes because to be a success is one of her greatest ambitions. She was a Student Council member and belonged to the Spanish-Latin Club. Auhie, in her spare time, sews and roller skates. Elizabeth Pakaski To be happy and successful is this fun- loving gal's ambition. VVe all know Liz, the girl with the radiant smile and happy "hello" for everyone. One thing that has kept her going is that she enjoys just keeping busy. Liz was a commercial student and belonged to the O.G.A.,O. A.T., Bird and Biology Clubs, Choir, football, track, and rowed with the Ecorse Boat Club. Frederic Patton Fred is planning to enter some phase of secretarial work. He was on the college course, and was a member of the Span- ish-Latin Club. Basketball is one of the sports he particularly enjoys. He also does a little fishing and hunting. Marlene Prusky "Mar" is the girl who always has some- thing to say, and she knows how to say it. Her ambition is to be an officer of a bank, but perhaps it's because she likes Qtofkingin the bank. Bowling, tennis. and riding are some of her pastimes. Or- ganizations are O.G.A., O.B.E- 5 XXX k 3 W li if Josephine Reiriz Jo is the girl who, when she sets out to do something, does it. ller sweet per- sonality easily accounts forthe fact that she is Secretary of the Senior Class and a roving reporter for the school column. She also belonged to the Future Nurses 'Club and hopes to become a nurse. jo is on the general course and is a member of the Art, Spanish, Bird, and Pep clubs. Delores Ronders We have been very fortunate since Dee came to us from hlackenzie High School She has added sparkle to our class with her laughter and personality. Dee is inter- ested in being a registered nurse and there fore, belonged to the Future Nurse Club. David Richards Thfs ambitious young lad is always willing to lend a helping hand where it, is needed. Besides playing football and tennis, he has been a member of the Bird and Biology Clubs, National Hon- or Society, Varsity Club, Spanish Club, Student Council, and the National Ath- letio Scholarship Society. Dave has EIO Anthony Rinaldi Although Tony has never participated in any school sports, he was always thcrc to cheer the team on to victory. llc enjoys collecting' popular records and would some day like to bca singer or helped to make the sale of the annual a success. Kenneth Rose To make a dent on the fender of the wo- rld is Ken's ambition, and we know he will do just that in the field of science. He is an active member of the Student Council, Bird and 'Biology Club, Pep, Camera and a Hall Monitor. He has tak- en a majority of the pictures in this annu- al. Some of his pet pastimes are reading science fiction stories, pllotograpliy, and pestering teachers. song writer. Among Tony's activities were the Pep Club, the Bird and Biology Clubs, the .lrt Club, and the Spanish Club. Eula Mae Rush - This active young girl's ambition is to be asuccess in life. Eula belonged to G.A.A., E-Teen, Choir and Art Club. Although skating took up much of her time she also enjoyed playing baseball, tennis and basketball. SE IOR E K., f y. ,,, Jewell Sanders Jewell has a wonderful disposition. She makes friends quickly and wisely. Jewell is active in many clubs, such as Choir, O.A.T., O.G.A., and Hi-Teen. Her ambition is to be a good wife and mother, and her hobby is collecting jewelry. Ronald Schallliorn Ronald says that work doesn't bother him, he can look at it all day. VVe don't deliexe that, because we find he is quite ambitious. Ile enjoys driving, es- pecially with girls. He is on the General Course and a member ofthe Senior Choir and Teenage. Ann Serbin Ann's friendly smile can easily tell you why she is liked by everyone. Her great ambition is to enjoy success in life. Ann is a College Course student, and has been quite active during her high school years. Some of her activities include O. G.A., O.A.T., Latin Club, Choir, 'rwri' 1. Helen Sipos Here is the girl that can get along with anybody. She doesn't say much, but makes friends easily. Helen is a comm- erical student and wants to a success in everything she does. She has been a member of the Bird and Biology Clubs, O,G.A., and Pep Clubs. She has played recreation Basketball and'Baseball. Roy Scott llere is an ambitious young lad whoreals ly jumped into our Senior Class. Scotty is all for fun and enjoys tennis and roller Skating. llc belonged to the Ecorse High hlrxrching Band and was a wonderful drum major. Scotty also was a member of the Spanish Club. His one ambition is to go to college. Carolyn Smith A smile that spells friendliness is what we have to say about "Smitty". Knowing Smitty you can easily see why she is a member of Student Council, O.G.A., Pep Group and Recreation Basketball and Baseball. She was also a cheerleader in her sophomore year and the secretary of the class in her junior year. She is our Senior Editor for this annual. Richard Spino Dick is the outdoor typeg he enjoys hunt- ing and fishing. He was on the General Course and was a member of the Photo- graphy Club. Because Dick is interested in tinkering with motors and machines, he would like to be a mechanic. He is good natured and always ready to take a joke. ff? joseph Stanton joe is interested in the field of Science. lle came to Ecorse High from VVcst End High School and enjoys fishing in his spare time. He was on the College Course and was a member of the Span- ish Club. joe is also an ardent fan and player of baseball. SE IO Olivia Stroud Always ieady with a smile wherever she may bu, applies to Oleo. Oleo wants a varcer as a beautician and we think that xi ith her sunny disposition she uill be a great success. She is a meniber of li-Teen and Choir. ller one hobby is roller skat- lsaac Thomas 'lack as we all know, is an expert with the saxaphoneq but all of his interests do not lie in music-- lack was a star for Var- sity Track. He also played Varsity Football and Basketball. He wants to go to college and take up Industrial Art. jack was also a member of the E-Teen Club and the Band. George Vandenberg This fellow with the shy grin for every- one is really working himself up in the world. Van is interested in printing and to pass the time away, he enjoys wood- working, and would like to do some traveling before settling down, While in school he was in the Senior Choir. ing. Thomas Veyont Henry won't tell us what his nmbifilm is, but we know he is interested in auto- obiles and might become a mechanic. Henry was a member of the Varsity Club and has been active in tennis and rowing. He played varsity tennis two years. He was on the roll:-ve course. E IORS Robert Wallen In the spring when a young man's fancy turns to love, Bob's turns to baseball. He has played varsity baseball and bas- ketball. He is agood worker in any- thing he undertakes. He was on the college course and belonged to theSpan- ish Club and Senior Choir. Qin-ggyjf Rebecca Vlfashington A little lady small and mighty is Rebec- ca. She is novel, neat, and very nice to know. Her nickname is Reba and she is very determined to reach the top of the ladder by becoming a good typist. Reba belonged to G.A.A. and the Latin - Spanish Club. fl. sry. t s i 3 . E Joan Wellons Joanisa very peppy and active young girl. She enjoys playing baseball, bask- etball, volleyball, soccer and tennis. joan belonged to G.A.A. and E-Teen Club. Audrey White Audrey is one girl who loves to dance and bowl. In her spare time she also plays tennis. Audrey is a young lady with lots of personality and she is also a good friend to many. While in SCh00l she was xi member of the Senior Choir and E-Teens. Ronald YVelch Here is the type of fellow whom every- body can get along with. He enjoys his car and likes to work on it. Ronnie would like to be a bumper and painter. He spends his spare time creating a custom car. YYhile in school he was on the gen- eral course. Willie Whitsett Football was one of VVillie's favorite past- times, Willie was one of the co-captains for the 1953 season. He was one of the quick-thinking players, and because of his swiftness he was a track and basket- ball star. Willie is planning to go to a trade school to take up printing. He was on the general course. YVilliS WHS a member of the Student Council. EIO Lnpious VVillizuns "l'ue" is always willing tu leml ri help- ing hztntl wherever it is needed. He has been with the licorse High Seluml haml :is a drummer while in Sehoul. llc par- ticipated in xarsity trztek and plans to beemne zt eivil engineer. Among Poe's other :tetivities tire: Lzitin-Spanish Club, Stutlent Guuneil, li - Teens :mtl the Camera Club, Tom NViuu llllS lzmltyytmung' fellow is extremely intt-rt-steal in hunting :mtl roller xkztting while he zilsu xpentls much uf his time Fred Wright uurlung un ultlt tm lJLll'lll" llIJ'll vlttml m he lielunfft-tl tu th Ntnim' l'h-iir Fristy Frecfsztmliition iw to he rt weltler. NVhile in school he belonged to Senior Choir, He also plztyetl recreation basket- ball, football, and track. I Y. PAY! D PAY! SENIORS CLASS OFFICERS Standing Anthony Balogh, President Sitting David Richards, Vice-President Harriet Matoras, Treasurer Josephine Reiriz, Secretary Class Sponsors VKX KNOX Nfiss LYDIA W. 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That's about 252 of the automobile men's total needs for steel . . . and about 405 of their needs for the kinds of steel we make. The way Great Lakes goes at it-starting with the ore and working it through to the finished forms- steelmaking calls for substantial facilities, even by the standards of the mighty automotive industry. We have our own blast furnaces, bessemers and open hearths, blooming mills, hot and cold rolling mills and merchant mills. Recent expansion has included a huge new blast fur- nace, a new slabbing mill, and two new bessemers. Coming up in the next few months are seventy new coking ovens, another new blast furnace, additional finishing facilities, and all the extra handling equip- ment it takes to make things work together. Through this integration of operations, Great Lakes has built fexibility and availability unique among steel suppliers. Through this expansion, we mean to take good care of many customers in many fields, while we carry on our service as a dependable first source for the automotive industry. Great Lakes Steel Corporation, Detroit 29, Michigan. Great Lakes Steel ECCJRSE DEPARTMENT STCRE 4068 WEST JEFFERSON AVENUE DUnIcirIe 1-1444 O. GOODELL HARDWARE 8: SPORTING GOGDS DUnkirIc 1-1632 4039-41 WEST JEFFERSON ECORSE MICHIGAN SLAVIN'S SHOPPE 4062 WEST JEFFERSON ECORSE MICHIGAN DU nleirk 1-1943 ECCJRSE, MICHIGAN COMPLFMENFS OF LUKE'S MARKET DUnIcirIc 1-9696 ECORSE MICHIGAN VCGUE PAINT 8: SUPPLY CO. IN4 fFormerIy Tait Pamt Service, 3868 W. JEFFERSON AVE. ECORSE 29, Phone MICHIGAN WA 8-61 CCDMPLIMENTS OF STANDARD RESTAURANT ECORSE CLEANERS ancI LAUNDRY Phone 4102-4 W. Jefferson A DU 1 - 3900 Ecorse, MICH. NX g F2 X 3 onl the beginning fj yt 4 E '3 t , ,,-. . -I sw. .,,.. Vl:',' ' ff A V- bfi L Ziff '12 n1n 4 i f ' nnzn :nn 2 ,A a - it A fn '32 , if' Lf 1. 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VI 1-0328 Compliments of HEGEMAN FUNERAL HOME Phone 3783 Sixteenth P DUnlcirlc 1-6217 Ecorse 29, Michigan FASHION CLOTHES SHOP The Store Where Style Begins Charge Accounts lnvited "Marty and Wayne" 1329 Broadway Phone Detroit, Mich. Wo 1-2129 BAKLARZ SUPER MARKET 185 soun-:FIELD ROAD Ecokss MICHIGAN GILBERT'S CUT RATE 4C65 W. Jefferson - Ecorse Low Prices Shoes and Work CIothes Phone DU 2-1367 LEONA'S BEAUTY SALON MICHIGAN CLEANERS SPECIALIZING IN BEAUTY CULTURE 3890 W. Jefferson 4098 W. JEFFERSON AVE. Goldie Engleicing Main Office 8301 Jeff ECORSE 29, MICH. Proprietor SEAVITTE PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS REXALL STORE DUnIcirIc 1 ' 0242 4416 WEST JEFFERSON ECORSE 29, MICHIGAN Best Wishes To The CIass OF 1954 Good Luck From VOLLMERHAUSEN BAKERIES CLARENCE 3' HAROLD WA 8-2333 4002 W- JCIICVSOY' 1318 Biddle Your Gasoiine Deaier Since 1931 Q Ecorse Wyandotte Compliments of ELTON PRINTING COMPANY MUSSILL'S SPORT CENTER 10847 W. jefferson River Rouge, Michigan 3890 W' JEFFERSON ECORSE MICHIGAN Compfiments of SPEEDWAY "79" J. F. MORRIS CARTAGE INC. JEFFERSON - RUTH STATION Phone 4151 W. Jefferson Ave. DU. 1- 6700 Ecorse Mich. 3714 WEST JEFFERSON ' TIRE REPAIR BATTERY CHARGE U. S. TIRES and BATTERIES ECORSE MICHIGAN SUCCESS To The CIass OF 1954 THE PHOTO MART ECORSE MICHIGAN 4066 WEST JEFFERSON A B 8g T MIDWAY PATENT MEDICINES AUTO ELECTRIC ReI:uiIt Generators-Starters and Voltage Regulators 400I W. JEFFERSON AVE. 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