Edwardsburg High School - Yearling Yearbook (Edwardsburg, MI)
- Class of 1955
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In recognition of, and appreciation for, their many years of
outstanding and faithful service to the schools and community of
Edwardsburg, we dedicate our 1955 edition of the Yearling to Mr.
Blanchard and Mr. Long.
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High School Principal
MARVIN C. BLANCHARD
Grade School Principal
Samuel Beach, Treasurerg Harlie Long, Presidentg Dale Padbury, Trustee
Charles Mohney, Trusteeg Russell Leach, Secretary.
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We, the graduating class of 1955, of Edwardsburg High School, having proven ourselves of sound minds, do
hereby make and declare this to be om' last will and testament, bequeathing our worldly possessions to the
following, in the hope that they will use them to the greatest advantage.
To the Juniors we leave the Annual, including all the left-over glue, rubber bands, and paper clips, and
also all the expenses of the Senior year.
To the Sophomores, we will ice packs to hold down their swelling heads, and also a book of etiquette to
use in study halls.
To the Freshmen we leave all our lovable nicknames and zoo noises, and to the girls all our left-over jewelry.
To Mr. Blanchard we will a motor scooter to aid him so that he can go from one building to another in a
matter of seconds.
To Mr. Long we will a portable radar set so that he can tell what the kids are doing in the gym without making
a special trip.
To Mr. Mette we will a year's supply of Two-Way Cold Tablets so he will be prepared for his annual cold.
To Mr. Hart we will a scientific robot to do his cooking and an automatically adjusted shower to eliminate
To Mr. Francis we will a purple feather and rabbit's toot to pin on his green good-luck hat in hopes it will
help in next football season.
To Mr. Brooks we will a 1956 girlie calendar to brighten his office and keep him a jump ahead of the drawing
To Mr. Sendo we will a set of new nerves to replace the ones worn out in drives-'s training, also all the gass-
hoppers we turned loose in music class for his next year's Biology class.
To Miss Woodworth we will all the pins, needles, and thread that we have borrowed, and a new basketball
To Mrs. Andrews we will all our failed tests to use as examples in Business English, and a repair kit to use on
the typewriters where the mechanics of our class failed.
To Mrs. Dennert we will a new set of library books and magazines to replace those that we lost and tossed.
To Mrs. Schuler we will a package of blonde dye in case she decides to change her hair again, and all our
screechy voices to use in next year's Glee Club.
To Phoebe and Doris we will quiet, peaceful offices, without our smiling faces hurrying in and out every day.
l, Karen Anderson, will my enthusiasm over getting a diamond to Jean Ann Robinson.
I, jo Ann Beckwith, will my ability to warm the bench to Betty Kulp, who already has a good start.
I, Don Bigelow, will my quietness in assembly to Lonnie Schmidtendorff, who could use it.
Clifford Davis, will my ability to get D's in Government Class to Larry Barr.
Charlene Eggert, will my shortness to Dixie Whalen and Ramona Lewis, and my tlniftiness to Liz Westfall
fwho doesn't need it but I would hate to have anyone else get our patent.j
I, Ed Griffen, will my hot truck "Nellie-Belle" to Mr. Mette to save wear and tear on his shoes and so he can
whip to school and peel out in style.
I, Susie Kanu, will my loose sweaters to Pat Fodrocy, and my ability to be a one guy's gal to Joyce Minix.
Dale Klopfenstein, will my ability to complain to "Scrooge" to next year's Mechanical Drawing Class.
jackie Krecioch, will a large lead pipe to all those in Mr. Hart's future classes so they can protect them-
selves, I also will my nickname "Cliink" to all the other Polish-Chinesemen at E.I-I.S.
I, Neale Lunsford, will my ability to love 'em and leave 'em to Dick Ellis.
I, Bob Mains, will my humble ability to keep out of trouble, to get along with my teachers, and to stay on
the hona' roll, to those lower classmen who find it necessary to patronize Mr. Long's office quite frequently.
I, Larry Mattox, will my nickname, "Romeo" to Groucho.
I, Ruth Ellen Morse, will to my sister Marty my position on the cheerleading staff, and my ability to play
the field to any girl who wants it.
I, Robert Mortimer, will my bashfulness to anybody who wants it. Also I will my ability to stay away from
girls to Paul Maehler.
l, Ellen Onstott, will my ability to keep out of trouble to Terry jones, and my nickname "Tex" to Sally
Bolton, who seems to be the western type.
I, Beverly Overmyer, will my seat in Mr. Long's office to Mike Souders, and my good times in Elkhart to the
I, Betty Overmyer, will my ability to get along with Mrs. Schuler in Speech class to Ray I-Iunsberger.
I, Ann Padbury, will my cheerleading ability to Pat Freeman, and also a pair of loose levis.
I, Gary Pontius, will my old Vita-meter to anybody who wants troubles , and my position on the baseball team
to anyone who likes to warm the bench. ' Q
I, Harry Procta-, will my nickname "Hairless" to John Dalrymple.
I, Nadine Runkle, will my position on the basketball team to Judy Gibbons, who seems to want it pretty badly.
I, Sonny Sanders, will my old beat-up Physics book to the next poor soul who decides to take Physics, and to
those who might need it, my ability to get along with the teachers.
DeVon Gessigner, leave my ability to escape from school before 11:30 to Mary Ann Mossman who neva' can.
I, Jeri Anne Shoemaker, will to Pat Raderstorf my long hair, and to Mike Stephens fwho really doesn't need
it, my ability to be late for school all the time.
I, Carl Stover, will my nickname "Coroner" to anyone who wants to be a coroner.
I, Jerry Toth, will my nickname "Golden Goat" to Ronnie Kmitta, and my endless supply of toothpiclq to 311
the kiddies who are always borrowing them.
l, Wava Warner, will my grades in bookkeeping to anyone who needs them.
I, Tom Warrell, will my size 13 shoes to Monte Johnson so he can use them in case of a flood, also my ability
to rowdy-up to John Dryer.
I, David Windbigler, will my tearing up the school yard with my blue Ford to Jim Freeman, and my nickname
"Toothless" to Janet Souders.
I, Juanita Wishart, will my naturally curly hair to Donna Butrick.
IN WI'I'NESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto subscribed our names and set our seal this 27th day of May, 1955.
The big day was September 6, 1942. We started our first year at Edwardsburg High School! Of our gaduadng
class, fifteen of us, Jo Ann Beckwith, Donald Bigelow, Charlene Eggert, DeVon Gessinger, Edward Griffen,
Jacqueline Krecloch, Ruth Ellen Morse, Robert Mortima, Ann Padbury, Gary Pontius, Nadine Runkle, Ernest
Sanders, Gerald Toth, David Windbigler, and Juanita Wishart, started in the first grade together. The year was
full of excitement. We read the stories of Dick and Jane and every day we colored. A lot of this year was spent
sitting on the little red chairs in front of the class. Nadine and Jo Ann sorta had a dislike of school. One noon
they ran away, with Miss Westfall on their trail. They were caught and sent back to school. What a paddling
they got. '
In the second grade we were really getting into the swing of school. Ruth Ellen and Charlene couldn't tell
the difference between recess and passing to the restrooms. This year we had our Easter Prog-am. How cute
we were! We took a nature hike to Jo Ann's to study the leaves and bunnies. We ended the hike with a goodie
party. We enjoyed this year mainly because we had lots of birthday parties.
Ah! Now we're in the third grade. Seems Miss Mary Westfall liked us so much in the first grade that she
taught us again this year. One day, we were supposed to write stories and read them before the class. Bruce
Bonebright forgot to write his but he sure read a lot from a blank sheet of paper.
John Barker always had to be hauled in by the boys from recess, as he didn't like to come in. In the winter,
we liked to go behind the sixth grade room and slide down the hill. We always got stuck with the small hill
because the bigger kids took the steep one. We could always tell when spring was here because F rank Woodrum
started going without his shoes!
At last we are in the fourth grade, and old enough to learn long division. Boy was that tough! The most
exciting pa.rt of this year was when we had scads of little visitors in our room. The visitors were none other
than "Termites," We were moved to a different room and the termites died of sheer lonesomeness.
The boys were trying to be well groomed this year so every recess they went to the bathroom, stuck their
heads under the faucet, and got their heads sopping wet. Then they went back to the room, used the bookcase
glass as a mirror, and combed their hair. The line formed at the rear and by the time it was your turn, you
were half drowned.
Mrs. Padbury was an ardent lover of pets, so she kept George Gibbs under her desk, in what she called the
"dog house. "
In the fifth grade our teacher, Mrs. Cornwall, decided we could use a lesson about chewing gum in class
but Walter West couldn't seem to learn so he was always standing in front of the class with gum on his nose!
One of the main attractions this year was Harry Miller, a sixth grader, who most of the fifth grade girls
had a crush on. Every Friday we had a program for the sixth grade to show off our talents.
It seems that our reading bored the teacher so much that she couldn't help but doze off to sleep.
This was the first year the boys got to show off their talent at playing basketball at noon. The first few times
we played, the sixth grade boys laughed at our futile efforts to play. This angered us very much and we vowed
we would do the same thing to the fourth graders next year.
john Barker seemed to like to shoot paper wads. Mrs. Cornwall caught him and made him make 5,000 of
them and then count them to her.
At last we reached the room at the end of the hall. We are really growing up this year. Mrs. Van Dusen,
thinking we were ladies and gentlemen, let us line up in the halls to go to the restrooms but if we were such
ladies and gentlemen, why did she have the horsewhip in the closet!
Every Friday we were guests of the fifth grade. In the spring of the year we got to read lots of comic books
because they had started work on the new shop building and the noise was too much to study.
Jerry Toth had the only educated dog in school. Every day it followed the bus to school, stayed, and rode
the bus home at night. Mr. Blanchard didn't appreciate him as he bit holes in the soccer balls and let out the
THE GRADUATING CLASS of 1955
The boys made darts by putting pen points in their pencil erasers. Lyle Hasty threw one and hit Bev in the 75
back of her lap. As a result Jerry and Bruce got a whipping with the horsewhip.
This was the year our school was consolidated. We gained several new students for the seventh grade, among
them Susie, Harry, Ed, and Karen. We are really growing up now. We are on the high school side of the
building and we don't get recesses!
This year we had our first initiation--into Jr. High Youth Council and was it rough! This was the first year
we had study halls, also, and we really did it up right. We read every single National Geographic magazine in
the library. The boys got a large charge out of putting the lids on the boxes. We didn't do much studying, if
any at all. The biggest scare this year was the day Duane Carpenter brought a garter snake to school in a paper
We ended the year by walking out to Shanahan's for a class picnic. The warm weather gave Nadine a sudden
urge to take an early dip, clothes and all. We came back and had a square dance at the school.
ln the eighth gade lots more new things were happening. The girls finally got to wear lipstick, and for the
first time the boys had a football team. At last romance hit us!
Being old hands in Youth Council by now, we got revenge by initiating the seventh grade. Junicrs, do you
remember the dead mice, Vick's jello, and "here comes the dead dog?"
The rest of the year went by quite uneventfully except for our trip to Chicago. We went to the Museum of
Science and Industry, Field Museum, and the Aquarium.
At last we arrived in high school. We gained Carl Stover and Rose Marie Wolf. Our initiation was mild
this year, for the first time the freshmen didn't have to wear funny clothes to school.
We showed off our musical talent Q??j by helping put on the operetta "Wi1d Rose." Our talents weren't in
vain as a few months later we were invited to sing on the radio at Benton Harbor. This year also, the girls
were asked to serve at the Prom, the Varsity Club had a hayride and ended cooning watermelons at Barry Wade's,
the candidates hom om' class for the Sno Ball were Ruth Ellen and jerry.
At the end of the year the class went on a picnic to Tower Hill. We went swimming and froze our little
The year we were Sophomores we had a good football team. It was undefeated. And this year we had our
last touch of initiation when we initiated the Freshmen. It was so gruesome that Sandy Ward fainted, but they
really enjoyed the cucumber and hot tobasco powder sandwiches.
At a P.T. A. program the girls modelled the clothes they made in Home Ec and the boys had a display of
things made in shop. My, weren't we creative? This year Ann Padbury and Jackie Krecioch were winners in
the County and District Speech contests. They were awarded dictionaries and pins. Om' candidates for the Sno
Ball this year were Nadine Runkle and Bruce Bonebrlght.
Our third year of high school was quite exciting. We wonder why we didn't learn much this year in English.
It couldn't have been because our teacher was always trying to rewrite the dictionary. Poor Miss Lardner, we
sure gave her a rough time. With all our zoo noises, flying bananas, and bean shooters, she was completely
exhausted in just one period. Every day she told us we were lassitudying, languoring, surfeiting, satiating, and
exasperating, and then deciphered which ones should go to Mr. Long's office.
Since we were the most popular class in high school, our candidates, Susie and Neale, were chosen as King
and Queen of the Sno Ball.
In the spring of the year we started to work on our Junior play. No one can forget the good times we had at
play practices, but we must have practiced sometimes because our play, "Come Rain or Shine" was a big success
We gave the mighty Seniors the Prom this year at the Hotel Elkhart. We spent all day making and hanging
1500 silver stars. It was worth our efforts because everyone had a gand time. Ellen was the attendant and her
escort was Jerry.
When commencement came , we got to lead the Seniors down the aisle thinking of the fact that next year
would be our turn to be led down the aisle.
At last we are at the top of the ladder, although to many of us it came all too quickly. We elected class
officers and aganized the annual staff.
Our play this year was "The Kid Sister." Everything went off fine except when a bat got in the showers and
a few cues were missed until it was caught.
One day the Senior boys found a cat and brought it to school, and sat it on the desk at the back of the assembly
lt behaved well as "rigor mortis" had set in. lt only stayed a few minutes.
Our candidates this year for the Sno Ball were Jerri Ann and Larry. We felt big hearted this year and let the
Junia- Class win.
As we complete om- history we are looking forward to the finish of our Annual, the Prom, Graduation, and
the Senior Trip.
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Row 1: Dick Akin, Larry Barr, Mary Benge, Norma Bigelow, Sally Bolton, Donna Butrick, Phyllis Christner, Sandra Click
Row 2: Mary Condon, Frank Conner, John Cox, Mike Dass, Dick Ellis, Doris Fetters, Pat Fodrocy, Jim Freeman. Row 3:
Mary Funk, Mike Gaunder, Norma Gauvreau, George Gibbs, Marlene Higley, Ray Hunsberger, Ted jones, judy Kehoe.
Row 4: janet Kinzie, Ruth Kline, Virginia Landis, Nancy Leiser, Kenneth Maxwell, Doris Mechling, Joyce Minix, Dean
Mohney. Row 5: Richard Myers, Ed Oaks, Dennis Otto, Marshall Phillips, Gayla Pontius, Vee Radebaugh, Betty Radeck
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Wayne Eggleston. Row 2: Tom Emenaker, Marlene Fackleman, Pat Freeman, Dale Carl, Doris Henning, Charles
Hoien, Nancy James, Monte johnson. Row 3: Terry Jones, Grace Klip, Ronnie Kmitta, John Kujawski, Betty Kulp,
Ramona Lewis, Harold Lowe, Paul Maehler. Row 4: Shirley Miller, Phil Moran, Mary Ann Mossman, Martha Nichols,
Allan Padbury, Leah Powers, Sally Proper, Sam Robinson. Row 5: Jim Ryder, Kathy Sanders, Rosalie Sanders, Sally
Schmidtendorff, Sandra Slocum, Stan Suski, Larry Thompson, janet Van Narnee. Row 6: Nancy Warrell, Richard
Westphal, Dixie Whalen, jim Whitcomb, Ray White, Judy Wilkinson, Charles Winters, Charles Wishart. Absent:
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Brown, Durelle Butrick, Row 2: Marjorie Carpenter, Donald Copper, Fred Cox, Sharon Eaton, Jerome Farmer, Mary
Ann Fox, Daniel George, Carl Gostola. Row 3: John Guy, Janet Harris, Larry Haven, Elizabeth Horvath, Robert
Jones, Jerrie Keck, Deanna Konrath, Teddy Ann Kulwicki. Row 4: Norman Landis, Kaye Livings, Roberta Matthews.
Bill McNabb, Mary Molnar, Diana Myers, Anna Newgent, Marilyn Otto. Row 5: Mary Ann Pantilla, Leslie Proffitt,
Ray Radebaugh, Mary Jane Raderstorf, Judy Reaves, Carol Riddarsporre, Clarence Rienks, Mike Souders. Row 6:
Kathleen Stephens, Larry Stock, Betty Suski, Larry Swaim, Bob Thorpe, Faith Tompos, Frances Wendl, Joan Wesgl-
owski. Row 7: Sylvia Whitcomb, Margie White, Phyllis Wise, Judy Ziolkowski. Absent: Rose Chew, Ray Marquardt,
Mary Ann Matthews,
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Row 1: Patty Abshire, Sue Balyeat, Bill Bates, john Beckwith, Maryjane Brodzinski, Charles Bums, Kent Carpenter,
Barbara Cavern. Row 2: Bill Checkley, Charles Clymer, james Couch, Loretta Dryer, john Elmore, Wayne Fetters,
Sandra Flanders, Sylvia Gloede. Row 3: Terry Harris, jared Horvath, Shirley Haslam, Sandra Hill, Robin Howard,
Mary Hurley, Thurman James. Row 4: Don Langguth, judy Long, Don Lowe, Elizabeth Mahoney, Barbara Martin,
Willis Maxwell, Kay McNabb, janet Mohney. Row 5: Eugene Montgomery, Martha Morse, Don Mortimer, Wilma
Oaks, Pat Pabreza, john Pantilla, Marjorie Rasler, John Reum. Row 6: David Richards, Gary Sanders, Mike Seuss,
Janice Shoemaker, Bob Spenner, Chris Thorpe, Kay Vollstedt, Joyce Wogoman. Row 7: Susan Ward, Lloyd Whalen
Ruth Williams, Anne Williamson, Warren Wirick, David Wishart, julie Yeknik. Absent: Peggy Mains and Velma
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Barbara Christoph, Franklin Creamer. Row 2: Karen Davis, Maxine Davis, Karalie Doczy, Fred Dorriery, Jerry Duclg,
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Anne Gailhouse, Glenn Gibbs, Marlyne Goodsell, Douglas Harris, Richard Higley, Jerrilyn Hoien, Kay Jackson. Row
4: Gayle Kehm, Mary Lou Kinzie, Lois Klip, Pat Klopfenstein, Judy Kohler, Edward Ksiezopolski, Daniel Kulwicki,
Kathryn Leach, Susan McDonald. Row 5: Sandra Marquardt, Lee Marsh, Cynthia Oaks, Patty Oaks, Don Pillow
Sara June Proper, Jack Querry, Veda Radebaugh, Judy Raderstorf. Row 6: Karen Reed James Reeves Daniel
Richards, Kathleen Rienks, David Sanders, Christine Sheidler, Marrilee Sheidler, Janice Shidler, Priscilla Shoemaker
Row 7: Ray Smith, George Snyder, Dennis Stewart, Nancy Stewart, Lu Anne Stuglik, Bill Suski, Patsy Townsend
Judy Tumock, June Valentine. Row 8: Robert Valentine, Larry Ward, Charles Weinburg, Judy Whalen, Priscilla
Whitcomb. Absent: Ch l C ' ' ' ' '
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Top Row: john Pantella, Terry Harris, Charles Burns, David Sanders, Larry Ward, Willis Maxwell,
Ray Smith, Hugh Anderson, Robert Batz. Middle Row: Jerry Duck, Morris Evans, Danny Richards,
jim Reaves, Jack Querry, Dick I-Iigley, Doug Harris, Tom Eaten, Dan Kulwicki, Mr. Francis, Robin
Howard, Wayne Fetters, Kent Carpenter, john Elmore, James Couch, Bob Spenner, Buddy james,
David Wishart, Eugene Montgomery, Don Mortimer Mgr.
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McNabb. Top Row: Mr. Francis.
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lst Row: Billy Doczy, John Smith, Anthony Pabreza, Nick Barnard, Flavian Arseneau, Diane Wallor, Donna
Claire, Jerry Stanley, Alan Beach, Tom Egmer, Billy Long, Carolyn Valentine, Patrick Wesolowski, Roger
Mann, Linda Sikorski. 2nd Row. Fred McCormick, Ann Wirick, Rieby Williamson, Jacqueline Hart,
Karen Nichols, Michael Horvath, Richard Curry, Connie Petrauskas, Barbara Littman, Sandra Vandygriff,
Beverly Gibbs, Drexel Akin, Larry Moran. 3rd Row. Jerry Hutts, Jeffrey Horvath, Linda Harris, Judy
Vollstedt, Judy Bolton, Lyle Bame, Errol Davis, Verne McCain, Pamela Seuss, Donald Cavern, Carolyn
Kmitta, Mrs. Van Dusen Absent: David Sheidler.
lst Row: Sharon Kohler, Robert Davis, Patricia Quinn, Trudy Burns, Sandra Whiting, Sandra Litty, Douglas
Sikorski, George Mooth, Wayne Bankston, Charles Shoemaker, Leonard Mann, Sue Ellen I-Ieimsoth, Cheryl
Davis, Paul Windbigler. 2nd Row. Mathew Yeknik, Johnny Bittle, Raeburn Butrick, Robert Overmyer,
Alex Horvath, Jimmy Dorrier, Sylvia Harp, Maureen Kronewitter, Judy Grunwald, David Lesley, Robert
Chew, Jimmy Funkhouser, Mrs, File. 3rd Row. Russel Gibbs, Clayton Hunsberger, Jimmy Niver, Sandra
Brownlee, Eileen Myers, Warren Bolton, Dick Baugher, George Mangold, Sonje Gildner, Kay Lovell, Helen
McCormick, Elnora Creamer, Peter Andresen. 29
Ist Row. Susanne Flowers, Patricia Davis, Donald Konrath, Donald Smith, jerry Myers, Shelia Freeman,
Diana Bennett, Sandra Lloyd, Carla jones, Toddy Knight, Marcia Rusnik, Kathryn Egmer, jo Anne Kinzie.
2nd Row. Helen Kulwicki, Kathryn Griffen, Karen Pantilla, Virginia C1.n'ry, Donald Ch.ristner, james
McCain, Robert Shireman, Lana Perkins, Elizabeth Thorpe, Henry jourdan, Garth Maxam. 3rd Row. John
Shalliol, Charlene Kantz, john Martin, Shelby Springer, james Molnar, Artie Stewart, Donna Vollstedt,
Scotty Quimby, F.lroy Feirick, jim Flanders, Adam Brodzinski, Patty Cooper, Mrs. Proper. Absent: Mary
Whitcomb, jerry Van Harlinger, jo Anne johnson.
lst Row. Sue Ann Cornwall, Dian Metcalf, Tim Parson, Leona Vandygriff, William Martin, William
Lieser, 'Mary jane Kronewitter, Albert Konrath, james Welsh, Carol Ferry, june Sanders, Daniel Morse,
Gary Ligget, Richard Turnock. 2nd Row. Mrs. Boepple, Constance Spetler, Ran Eddy, Martha Scheibelhut,
john Klip, Cleora Dailey, Rose Shoemaker, Patty Land, Josephine Stuglik, Kenneth Bowers, Gerald Flanders,
Linda jones, Sharon Schram. 3rd Row. Judith Eash, janet Emenaker, james Fox, Michael Ruenks, Larry
Brown, Nedra Hurley, Mary Lynne Manchow, Dorothy Williams, jerry Niver, Frederick Gaskill, Carolyn
Whalen, Thomas Clement, Louis Kujawski.
1st Row. Charlotte Klopfenstein, Terry Henke, Sylvia Kujawski, Diana DeFreese, Roberta Glaum, Cynthia
Martin, George Farmer, Gretchen Wendl, Connie Clement, Floyd Kantz, David Mortimer, Richard Beavo,
Bernadette Brodzinsld, Lonnie Liggett, 2nd Row, Wayne Haugen, Jayne Carpenter, Judy Kendall, Dennis
Anderson, Connie Townsend, Warren Smith, Edward Wirich, Ralph Suski, Joseph Stuglik, Carolyn McCain,
Jessica Gostola, Margaret Griffen, Alan Pianowski, Lonnie Williamson, Mary Rush. 3rd Row. Mrs. Padbury,
Iosephy jendryzewski, Benjamin Carroll, Beverly Smith, David Nichols, Barbara Balyeat, Howard Stauffer,
Miriam Warell, Keith L'Hommedieu, LeRoy Love, Ronald Moothm, Lorna Mitchell, and Sally Checkley.
Absent: Phyllis Barker, Billy Hutts, Richard Lunk.
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lst Row. Vivian Keathley, Mary Smith, Kay Echert, Ruth Christner, Margaret Carroll, Bill Pennington,WZf
Ralph Springer, Lynn Marsh, Richard Maxwell, jay Windbigler, Lynne Alcins, Gail Wynegar, Terry Lane,
john Vargo. 2nd Row. Kay Swanson, Nancy Armstrong, Carol Rinehart, Peggy Carpenter, Sandra Barnard,
Beverly Littman, Sharon Whitcomb, Linda Bame, Vickie Fierick, Victoria Ksiezopolski, Teddy Grishaber,
Lyle Montgomery, Dweight Parker, Mrs. Eggert. 3rd Row. Raymond Lunk, Dennis Thompson, Edward
Mossman, Richard Becker, Frank Suski, james Gibbs, Robert Shoemaker, Donald Hann, joy Shoemaker, 3
Connie Copper, Virginia Staniford, Remus Burns, james Langguth.
lst Row. Diane Carpenter, james Lowe, Tom Parson, Roger Mattens, Pat Whiting, james Nellams, Michael
Smith, Pauicia Kantorawski, Ruthann Fuson, Pamela Kehoe, jennifer jackson, Brian Claire, Terry Shetterly.
2nd Row. Brian Davis, Michael Bretschneidgr, Michael Konrath, Steven Molnar, Virgil Brownlee jr., Leah
Quimby, jane McManus, David Feirick, Susan Maxam, Richard Weinberg, 3rd Row. Mrs. Gardner, Sally
jones, Gary Smith, Ann Follmer, john Reed, Ronald Zook, john Kerr, Sally Ann Smith, Gerald Beach,
lst Row. Gerry Leist, Steve jones, James Cripe, Kathy Horvath, Trudy Westphal, Pat Carroll, Nicky
Devietra, Roxane Martin, Richard Bigelow, Tommy Kendle, Mary Lou Mellott, janet Warrell. 2nd Row
Mrs, Worrell, Michael Smith, Sandra Probst, John Bralick, Joyce Kollar, Ralph James, jack Rinehart,
Martha Williams, Larry Smith, Tommy Fodrocy, Danny McCarty. 3rd Row. John Fix, Barry Logan,
Charles Smith, Harry Keathley, Richard Matthews, Cheryl Odell, Gregory Davis, Sandra Randall, Frederick
lst Row. Stanley Smith, Toni Kring, Robert Leet, Paul Ferry, Scott Everett, Lynn Ryder, Preston Glazner,
Sandra Quinn, Ron Pillow, Toni Tompos, Linda Harry, Judy Hobbs. 2nd Row. Sandra Davis, Arnold
Lovelette, Michael Vargo, Patricia Balyeat, Gregory Parker, Lynette Keathley, Judy Fisher, Claudia Onstott,
Judith Miller, Terry Bidwell, Kathryn Church. 3rd Row. Miss Hazel Westfall, Robert Beavo, Mary Suski,
Susan Drvietro, Gerald Schelstraete, Gerald Westfall, James Weber, Linda George, Sharon Bittle, Robert
Hunt, Absent. Marjorie Checkley,
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lst Row. George Christner, Danny Reeves, Dean Westfall, Louis Nugent, Mary Ann Liggett, Linda DeFreese,
Connie Bickel, Marsha Potts, Stephen Morse, Irma Jean Brown, Dale Westfall, George Bangston, Phyllis
Shoemaker, Robert Fein. 2nd Row. Danny Nugent, David Jamrs, Sheldin Hart, Linda Scmitt, Edwin
Chrobot, Margaret Ann Dovel, Billy Keeley, Richard Gibbs, Sharlene Hafer, and Jerry Starkweather. 3rd
Row. Mrs. Rinehart, Mary Jane Kulwicki, Robert Seggerman, James Swan, Nancy Trump, Robert Edwards,
Linda Flowers, Sue Ann Horvath, Cheryl Cain, Jennifer Funkhouser, Brian Ames, Kenneth McCain.
Absent Donald Ort.
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Ist Row. George Feirick, Ronnie Lowell, Elanie Turnock, Dennis Kehoe, Carl Jones, Alby Beach, Robert
Quinn, Don Westfall, Janice Rusnik, linda Howe, Marilyn Davis, Barbara Whiting. 2nd Row. Mrs. Blair,
Birdella Carpenter, Tom Meridith, Billy Scheibelhut, Gregory Lawson, Mark Smith, Billy Brodzinski,
Larry Lovell, Virginia Morse, Tom Evans, S1lly Tharp, Diana Arseneau. 3rd Row. Danny Bittle, Eugene
Gildner, Mary Jean Dryer, Tony Suski, Binnic Sue Hawkins, Sally Cornwall, Larry Butrick, Cynthia
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lst Row. Clare Goidsell, James Rogers, Joanna Bosworth, Elaine Cook, Patty Doane, Patty Dobrich, Lyle
Cornish, James Chew, Robert Lesley, Mike Long, Paul Sweitzer, Billy Bottom. 2nd Row. Donna Weaver,
Jimmy Robinson, Cynthia Metcalf, Marlin Bowers, William Lord, Carl Lichtenbarger, Linda Massey, Joel
Becraft, Glen Allen Kentner, Betty Christner, Dennis Doane, Phyllis Rasler, 3rd Row. Mr. Schmidtenforff,
David Lane, Harry Marts, Richard Griffen, Dickie Bates, Kenneth Bishop, Tommy Thomas, David Bosworth,
Stephen Moran, Janet Freimund, Judy Eaton, Linda Kirkdorfer, Jane Lesley.
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lst Row. Becky Rinehart, Karen Kelley, Shirley Hemminger, Jimmy Kahl, Sandra Eaton, Deanne Rusnik,
Cheryl Kitchen, Jim Wynegar, Bobby Butrick, Peggy Nive , John James, Billy Eckert, Roger Sayles. 2nd
Row. Barbara Fenzau, Craig Hasty, Scitt Martin, Lane G. odsell, Linda Brown, Irene Suski, Debbie Gostola,
Mary Valentine, Stanley Kantorowslci, Sharon Dunning, Connie Westfall, Cynthia Checkley. 3rd Row.
Mrs. Wysocki, Penny Kendall, Ned Armstrong, Diana Ward, Shirley Christner, Joyce Parson, Jack Livings,
Jerry Jourdan, Mike Antisdel, Andrea Schelstraete, Buddy Standiford, Sammy Galbreath, Absent Earl McKay
1st Row. Mike Arter, Jack Yeakey, Candy Curtis, Dianna Wildman, Sue Ellen Morris, Karen Sue Kantz,
John Meredith, Randy Kent, Robert Lee Smith, John Stevens, Sherry Smith, Nyra Bishop, Larry Cleghorn,
Sandra Rogers. . 2nd Row. Barbara Smith, Janice Kollar, Kenny Egmer, Diane Duval, Tom Weber, Tommy
Lloyd, Sammy Hunsberger, Jerel Williamson, Febphie Powers, Terry Bolle, Mary K. Johnson, Erick Sedenik,
3rd Row. Mrs. Araujo, Barry Pfeifer, Gregg I-lerreman, Mike Earley, Billy Babcock, Gary Grishaber,
Marilyn Trump, Kathy Anderson, Maryellen Fuson, Larry Raderstarf, Betty Ann Bralick, Tommy Christner.
Absent: Jacqueline Johnson,
'lst Row. Martha Follmer, Peggy Troup, Eugene Kendle, Danny Stuglik, Thomas Leer, Diane Brown, Judy Kay
Townsend, Danny Brown, Leonard Guy, Pamela Parker, David Metcalf, Geraldine Guthrie. 2nd Row. Cecelia
Littman, Robin Cain, Frederick Horvath, Keith Kirkdorfer, John Scheibelhut, Lance David, Danny Lee Phillips,
James Becraft, Diana Mahan, Buddy Waters, Frederick Newgent, William Wirick. 3rd Row. Mrs. Calleia, Charles
Micheal Elder, Richard Martin, W. Edward Bement, Robert Hardin, Randy Lee Smith, Ralph Weaver, Larry Cook,
Larry Follmer, Robert Konrath, Marlinda Overmyer, Rosalyn Beniamin.
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lst Row. Judy Weber, Carole Ann Welch, Norma Conley, Carol Ann Suski, Kirt Wendt, Susan Bretschneider,
Wanda McKay, Gary Checkley, Janice Hardin, 2nd Row. Gemma Arseneau, Marcia Mattens, Margaret
Kronewitter, Douglas Troup, Steve Bolock, Carol Ann Bigelow, Gerald Rasler, Christine Dresch, Mary Anne
Sikorski. 3rd Row. Miss Mary Westfall, Mike Stout, Linda Lee Smith, Ronald Patzer, Dennis Schalliol,
A1 Kairis, Craig Lindley, Gregory Johnson, Roy Fuson, Absent. Phyllis Morgan
lst Row. John Wiley, Carl Meredith, Ethel Stevens, Brenda Phillips, Michael Kantz, Tommy Keathley,
Susan Thrap, Joseph Grishaber, Steve Rienks, Linda Harner, Marsha Bates, David Harry, Billy Hunt, 2nd
Row. Carol Ann Martin, Barbara Sappington, Mary Jackson, Sandra White, Joanne Kollar, Kitty Bishop,
David Leach, Gary Nellans, Glenn Carpenter, John Dobrich, Terrell Arnold, Darl DePoy, Janis Sammons,
Susan Burns. 3rd Row. Miss Mray Westfall. V A
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lst Row. Judy Smith, Linda Feirick, Elaine Glazner, Willie Eltzroth, Bernie Raymond, Steve Smale, Nancy
Cleghorn, Virginia Smith, Dickie Quinn, Dickie Bressler, Donnie Howard. 2nd Row. Charles Ward, Gary
Gardner, Kathy Harcourt, Judy Vargo, Larry Townsend, Bernice Morgan, Gary Church, Darel Bankston,
3rd Row. Miss Dixie Pike, Linda Logan, Dean Kulwicki, Sherrie Reed, Tommy S Ly, Susan Mervin,
Janet Springer, Dennis Lowell.
lst Row. Bobby Heinzmann, David Kahl, Pamela Harris, Mike Divietra, Mike Higley, Jean Kantz, Jeannie
Fein, Jimmy Burns, Vickie Creal, Becky Shuff, Bobby Rlmlde, Margaret Whalen, Billy Valentine. 2nd
Row. Miss Dixie Pike, Clarence Hunsberger, Lamont Pellow, Judy Barnes, Roger Harris, Carol Waters,
Tony Bottom, Franky Jendrejawski, Jane Montgomery, Greg Lauver, Gary Krupp, David Kubishm, Tommy
Earley, Alan Reifel. Absent. Frances Keeley
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7--School opens. Well, well, look who the seniors are this year!
8--No school. Are the teachers tired of us already?
9--Well, school has finally started. just think only nine more months.
14--Music class-What's the matter, Mrs. Schuler, don't you like grasshoppers?
16--Cheerleaders elected. Real cute!
17--First football game and we won too. Good going, team.
21--Senior magazine drive opens. Think the sales talk will work?
22--Senior pictures taken. Gee, aren't the boys handsome in suits?
24--Eddies beat New Troy. Rah! Rah! Rah!
1--Flash! Eddies win three games in a row!
5--Senior magazine drive closes. Nadine 's team won.
6--Senior proofs came back. Well--they could be worse cou1dn't they?
8--Freshmen iniation. Now it wasn't so bad was it, freshmen?
15--Little tough luck. Eau Claire beat us by one point.
18-19--Vacation. Let's everybody get caught up on their work. Ha. Ha.
22--Eddies beat Galien by one point, Boy, was that close!
30--Student Council and Lions Club sponsor Halloween dance for the high school. Lots of fun'!
2--First senior play practice. My, what talent!
6--Cross Country team came in third in state. Good going,
12--Played "old rivals, " Cass, in football. Well--guess we both can't win can we?
13--Varsity Hayride. Kinda cold wasn't it, kids, or didn't anyone notice?
19-20--Senior play, "The Kid Sister, " presented. Should we sign our Hollywood contracts now or
23--First basketball game and we beat Baroda 59-56. A really good start for the season-huh?
1--Seniors received pictures. just the best looking class ever to graduate!
2--Skating party sponsored by Sophomores. Anybody tired or sore?
3--Played New Troy. Well--better luck next time, team.
10--Played Three Oaks. Another tough luck game.
11--Sweater Hop. Real nice dance, juniors.
17---Eddies lost to Stevensville. It was a close game though.
20--Unofficial Hobo day by the boys. Oh, those overalls, Griffen.
21--Christmas Concert--Gee, look at all of the pretty forrnals.
22--Juniors got class rings. Almost as pretty as ours. Wonder
23--Vacation starts. just think-almost two whole weeks.
who will get whose?
3--Whew, that two weeks went fast.
7--Sock Hop. Oh, my aching feet!
14--Played Eau Claire. Well, you tried, team!
18--Eddies beat Bridgman! What a game! Welcome back to the team, Jerry.
20--F. T. A. party. Was it crowded, dancing?
21--End of semester and a one day vacation. Are our tests that bad?
29--Sno-Ball dance. Deanna and Mike crowned king and queen. Congratulation, Kids.
7--Individual photos taken. Smile for the birdie, kids?
9--Senior class meeting. Grey caps and gowns will look neat-huh?
10--Glee Club sings at Cass. What fun!
11-Assembly Program. Anyone like to learn how to mountain climb?
14--juniors start play practice. By the way everybody's been talking we think it's going to be
16--Mr, Long announces honor students. Cong-atulations Ann 8 Bob.
17--Student Council spnnsors movie. Say, let's get the first, middle, and last of the movie straight
18--Eddies beat Eau Claire-Man, what a game! !
23--Assembly program. Everyone learn to yell Hey! ! !
26--Sen.ior's paper drive. Kinda wet, huh?
3--Tournaments at Niles. We played Three Oaks and we lost Boo Hoo.
19--Seniors sponsor Donkey Basketball game. Hey, which are the donkeys and which are the riders?
24--Pictures taken of play cast and athletics. Smile pretty, everybody.
25-26--Junior play, "Hillbilly Wedding", Well, now we'1l be doggoned. Almost as good as ours
Almost, that is.
1--School burned down. Whoops, April Fool
3--just two more months.
8-11--Easter Vacation. Well, it's about time for vacation again.
15--juniors sponsored another Sock Hop. Oh, what fun.
9--Only three more weeks fFor the seniors that isj
13--junior and Senior Prom. Wasn't it nice?
27--Senior day. Aren't the annuals pretty?
29--Baccalaureate--Well, we're getting there.
2--Commencement. We made it! Kinda sad though isn't it?
3--School is out! !
5--All aboard for New York. Oh, boy what fun!
The Tease, Lynne Shanahan - I arrived the
same day as the photographer
for group pictures so my Daddy
missed out on them.
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Mrs. Andrews, Adviser ,
Standing: Bob Yelcnik, Ed Griffen, jerry Toth, Larry Mattox, Sonny Sanders, Ruth Ellen Morse, Ellen
Onstott, Susie Kantz, jo Ann Beckwith, Jackie Krecioch. Seated: Charlene Eggert, Ann Padbury, Mrs
Andrews, Bob Mains, Nadine Runkle.
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Bess Miller. .. .
Gracie Stewart . . .
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Ruth Ellen Morse
Mary Stewart . .
Herb Stewart . .
Lydia Stewart. . .
Warren Cook ....
Ed Stewart ....
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Judith Barrow- - -
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. . . Ann Padbury
. . Sonny Sanders
.Jo Ann Beckwith
. . . . . BobMains
. . . Ed Griffin
. . . Bob Yeknik
. . . . .Jerry Toth
. Charlene Eggert
. Ellen Onstott
Director -..... . . . . . Mrs. Jean Schuler
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Student Director- . . . . .Beverly Overmyer
Harry, Ed, Nadine, Ann
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Seated: Mary Molnar, Kay Livings, Sally Proper, Susie Kantz, Mr. Hart, Ruth Ellen Morse, Deanna
Konrath, Nancy Warrell, Sonny Sanders. Standing: Nancy james, janet Van Namee, Charlene Eggert,
Judy Wilkinson, Rosalie Sanders, Shirley Miller, Pat Freeman, Carol Christophel, Judy Ziolkowski,
Marnie Brown, Sandy Click, Teddy Ann Kulwicki, Pat Fodrocy.
Ruth Ann Kline, Deanna Swanson, Norma Gauvreau, Dixie Whalen, Pat Freeman, Diana Stock, janet
Souders, jean Robinson, Sally Bolton, Pat Fodrocy, Janet Kinzie, john Kujawski, Mike Dass, Terry
jones, Richard Myers, Mr. Sendo, Mike Stephens, Wayne Eggleston, Paul Maehler.
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Standing: Kathy Sanders, Pat Raderstorl, Judy Kehoe, Marlene I-Iigley, Carol Weber, Norma Bigelow,
Sandy Click, Nancy Lieser, Frances Wendl, Mary Ann Pantella, Pat Baugher, Loretta Checkley, Miss
Woodworth. Seated: Gayla Pontius, Elizabeth Westfall, Nancy James, Pat Fodrocy, Judy Gibbons,
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Standing: Rose Marie Wolf, Beverly Overmyer, Charlene Eggert, Judy Gibbons Sandra Click Nanc
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Lieser, Elizabeth Westfall, Ed Griffen, Lan-y Matrox. 2nd Row. Grace Klip, Karen Andersen, Juanita
Wishart, Pat Fodrocy, Janet Van Namee, Judy Wilkinson, Nancy Wan-ell, Sally Proper. 3rd Row, Miss
Pike, Mrs. Brown, Mr. Harcourt, Ernest Sanders, Vivian Abshire.
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Top Row: Larry Barr, Bob Mains, Bob Yeknik, Frank Conner, Mike Stephens, Richard Myers, Dick
Akin, Larry Kulp, Don Bigelow, David Windbigler. Third Row: Ed Griffen, Harry Proctor, jo Ann
Beckwith, Ann Padbury, Nadine Runkle, Pat Fodrocy, Charlene Eggert, Ellen Onstott, Karen Andresen,
juanita Wishart, Second Row: Doris Standiford, Doris Fetters, Doris Mechling, Mary Condon, Mary
Lou Funk, Phyllis Christner, jean Robinson, Diana Stock, Deanna Swanson, Ruth Ellen Morse, Susie
Kantz. First Row: Pat Raderstorf, janet Souders, Ruth Kline, Sandra Click, Carol Weber, Mrs. Schuler
Marlene Higley, Norma Bigelow, Sandra Ward, Gayla Pontius, Rose Wolf,
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lst Row: Mrs. Schuler, Mary Lou Barker, Pat Heimsoth, Dixie Whalen, Betty Kulp, jackie Cooper,
Pat Freeman, Shirley Miller, Carol Christophel, Judy Wilkinson, Sally Schmidtendorff. 2nd Row:
Monte johnson, janet Van Namee, Marlene Fackelman, Martha Nichols, Sandra Slocum, Nancy Warrell,
Loretta Checkley, Leah Powers, Ramona Lewis, Grace Klip. 3rd Row: Charles Hoien, john Dryer,
Harold Howe, Nancy james, Rosalie Sanders, Sally Proper, Maynard Fetters, Allen Padbury, Sam
Robinson, jim Whitcomb. 4th Row: Charles Wishart, Carl Burger, Raymond White, Jim Ryder, Larry
Thompson, Charles Winter, Stanley Suski, Tom Emenaker, Dale Garl, John Dalrymple, Phil Moran.
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lst Row: Mary Molnar, Kaye Livings, Judith Reeves, Deanna Konrath, Janet Harris, Judy Ziolkowski,
Marjorie Carpenter, Mary Jane Raderstorf, Marjorie White, Phyllis Wise, Mrs. Schuler. 2nd Row:
Marnie Brown, Diana Myers, Mary Ann Fox, Barbara Bonebright, Sharon Eaton, Sylvia Whitcomb, Mary
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nn anti a, Frances Wendl, Faith Tompos, Betty Suski, 3rd Row: Johnnie Guy, Clarence Rienks,
Teddy Ann Kulwicki, Joan Wesolowski, Carol Riddarsporre, Pat Baugher, Marilyn Otto Kathleen
Stevens, Larry Stock, Fred Cox. 4th Row: Larry Haven, Jerome Farmer, Larry Bidwell Larry Banghart
Bill McNabb, Danny George, Carl Gostola, Robert Jones, Bob Sikorsl-ci.
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lst Row: Elizabeth Westfall, Gayla Pontius, Shirley Miller, Nancy Warrell, jerry Duck, Betty Kulp,
jackie Cooper, Janice Shoemaker, Kathleen Rienks, 2nd Row: Larry Ward, Leah Powers, Christine
Shidler, Mary Lou Barker, Mary Ann Fox, Chuck Weinberg, Karen Andresen, Rose Wolf, Loretta Dyer,
' Safely fjalaali
Bottom Row: Matt Yeknik, jim Dorrier, Sharon Carpenter, Nancy Brown, Barbara Christoph, Mary Ann
Gailhouse, Sonja Gildner, Carolyn Valentine. Middle Row: jim Funkhouser, jackie Hart, Diane
Walker, Donna Claire, Karen Nichols, Priscilla Whitcomb, Donald Cavern, Connie Petrauskas, Sylvia
Harp. TOP Row: Mike Horvath, Pat Wesolowski Sheil Davis, David Overmyer, Charles Cooper,
Sandra Whiting, Sarah Burns, Judy G1-umwald, Beverly Gibbs.
KING AND QUEEN
KING AND QUEEN
Don Abshire, Barbara Kxecxoch jerry T
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New Tray 30 -
Bangor 32 -
Woshingfon Clay 6 -
Eau Claire 19 -
Galien 13 -
New Buffalo 14 -
David Windbigler I Ray Hunsbergerv
lst Row. David Windbigler, Danny George, Larry Bidwell, Larry Banghart, Ed Griffen, jerry Toth, jim
Whitcomb, jerome Farmer, Larry Haven. 2nd Row. Bob Yeknik, Ray Hunsberger, Charles Wishart, Durelle
Butrick, Larry Swaim, Ray Radebaugh, John Kujawski, Ronnie Kmitta, Sam Robinson, Richard Westphal,
Monte johnson, 3rd Row. Coach Sendo, Clarence Rienks, Richard Akin, Lonnie Schmidtendorff, Vee Radebaugh,
Tom Warrell, Terry jones, Larry Kulp, Kenneth Maxwell, Don Bigelow, Allan Padbury, Asst. Coach Harcourt.
Top Row: Ed Griffen, Neale Lunsford, Larry Mattox, Dean Mohney, Don Bigelow, Lonnie Schmidten-
dorff, Dick Akin, Larry Kulp, Vee Radebaugh. Second Row: Bob Yeknik, jerry Toth, Gary Pontius,
Dale Klopfenstein, Larry Barr, Richard Myers, Terry jones, John Kujawski, Allan Padbury, First Row:
Mr, Sendo, Dick Cooper, David Windbigler, Sonny Sanders, Charles Wishart, jim Whitcomb, Sam
56 Robinson, Dennis Otto, Kenny Maxwell.
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Front Row: Jerome Farmer, Larry Bidwell, Ronnie Kmitta, Sam Robinson, Mr.
Sendo. Back Row: jim Ryder, Chuck Winter, Larry Thompson, Bill McNabb.
Front Row: Mr Harcourt, Allan Padbury, Mxke Stephens Ed Guffen Ray Rade
baugh, John Kujawslu, Larry Barr, Manager Back Row Stan Suslu, anager
Mike Dass, Rxchard Westphal, Vee Radebaugh, Tom Emenaker, Manager
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lst Row: Ann Padbury, Nadine Runkle, Betty Kulp, Jackie Cooper, Pat Freeman, Joyce Minix,
Elizabeth Westfall, Norma Bigelow, Jo Ann Beckwith, Nancy Lieser. 2nd Row: Miss Woodworth,
Coach, Leah Powers, Grace Klip, Sally Proper, Nancy Warrell, Dixie Whalen, Mary Lou Barker,
Loretta Checldey, Nancy James, Jean Robinson, Manager. 3rd Row: Judy Kehoe, Gayla Pontius,
Sandra Click, Judy Wilkinson, Shirley Miller, Norma Gauvreau, Pat Fodrocy, Janet Kinzie, Judy
Gibbons, Doris Standiford.
Team We They
Berrien Springs 28 36
New Buffalo 21 30
New Buffalo 18 35
Cassopolis 34 25 CATHERINE WOODWORTH
Berrien Springs 23 32 Coach
Cassopolis 32 21
'lst Row. Dale Klopfenstein, Larry Mattox, Dennis Otto, Gary Pontius, Neale Lunsford, Ray Radebaugh, Vee
Radebaugh. 2nd Row. Mr. Brooks, Jim Freeman, Mike Stevens, Richard Myers, Mike Gaunder.
A new sport was introduced to Edwardsburg Sports Fans as a part of the Athletic Department
program to give as many boys as possible a chance to compete in interscholastic athletics.
Duane Brooks coached the Cross Country Squad.
Eclwardsburg participated in a Triangular meet at New Carlisle, placing third. ln dual meets
scores were as follows: Three Oakes 28, Edwardsburg 27, Niles l7, Edwardsburg 49, Three
Oakes 27, Edwardsburg 28, Edwardsburg 22, Berrien Springs 33, fLow score wins in Cross
Country.l At the Albion Invitational we placed sixth, and at the State Finals at Ypsilanti we
placed third. At the State Finals, over l00 runners competed. Individual medals were given to
the first i5 runners, and Vee Radebaugh placed llth, followed closely by Ray Radebaugh who
placed l2th. Neale Lunsford placed 19th and was a mainstay of the squad all season. Others
who took part regularly on the Eddie squad were Larry Mattox, Dale Klopfenstein, Gary Pontius,
and Dennis Otto.
Mike Stephens, Richard Westphal, Ed Griffen, Sam Robinson, Bill McNabb
Mr. Harcourt, ,
Front Row: Jerome Farmer, Ray Hunsberger, Ray Radebaugh, john Kujawski, Mr,
Sendo, Vee Radebaugh, Allan Padbury, jim Whitcomb, Larry Bidwell. Back Row:
Don Bigelow, Bob Yelcnik, Larry Mattox, Ed Griffen, jerry Toth, Neal Lunsford.
Front Row: Dale Klopfenstein, Marshall Phillips, Mike Dass, Harry Proctor, Ray
Radebaugh, Jerome Farmer, Harold Lowe, Mr. Mette. Back Row: Mike Gaunder,
Allan Padbury, Ronnie Kmitta, John Kujawski, Tom Warrell, Don Bigelow, Terry
jones, Gary Pontius.
25 Eau Claire
28 Three Oaks
2 New Buffalo
9 New Troy
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Standing: Lonnie Schmidtendorff, Richard Akin, Carol Weber, Mis, Schuler,
Mike Dass, Marshall Phillips, Janet Kinzie, Pat Fodrocy, Sally Bolton, Judy
Gibbons, Ray Hurd, Kenneth Maxwell, Mike Stephens, Dick Ellis, Seated:
Richard Myers, Ruth Kline, Norma Gauvreau, Deanna Swanson, Doris Standi-
ford, Diana Stock, Mike Gaunder,
Paw Belsnickle .........,.
Maw Belsnickle .... . .
Ceelie Belsnickle .... . .
Bonnie Mae Belsnickle . . . .
Juney Lou Belsniclde , . . .
Four Belsnickle .... . .
Five Belsnickle . . . .
Six Belsnickle . . . .
Obeey Upschlager , . .
Chiz Upschlager, . . .
Ronald Maxwell . . . .
Lucy Maxwell . . .
The Reverend . . .
Cousin Zeke . . . .
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Director. . . . .
Student Director . . . . . . . . . .
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Doris, Janet, Pat, Dons I ii
Elizabeth W estfall
Ruth Ann Kline
Mrs. Jean Schuler
C arol W eber
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H. J. Carlisle
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Carl E. Manchow
Glenn Gilman ,
Eva May Bement
J. Earnest Rhoades
Ruth Bernice Sampson
Ruth Jeanette Truitt
Vivian Van Huffel
Mary Ellen Claxton
Mary Katherine Walter
Howard Trui tt
Charles Bement, Jr
Allie May Olds
Rose Ann Kaia
Mary Jane Niver
Mary Jean Bement
Mary Belle Olds
Louis Stennis, Jr.
Eugene Vaughn ,
Elizabeth Ann Molnar
Laura Jeanne Stauffer
Florence Wi shart
Donna Lei st
Mary Lou Bigelow
Jeanne Fetters Smith
Merilyn Van Epps
"EVERYTHING T0 BUILD WITH"
OSCEOLA LUMBER CO
Dealers in Building Material
BAUGHER'S SPORT CENTER
HAVEN'S CORNER STORE
" We Aim to Please'
Best Wishes From
DAYS TRANSFER, INC.
R be L G Bolen
COMPLIMENTS OF Oificial AAA Road Service
SUPERIOR PATTERN WORKS George T. Stack, Prop.
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C OMPLIMEN TS OF
WENDT GRAIN CO.
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EDWARDSBURG LUMBER CO
LUMBER - COAL - BUILDING MATERIAL
For the Best in
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THE MAYFAIR SHOPPE
227 E. Main Niles, Michigan
Because You Love Nice Things
CASSOPOLIS LUMBER CO
Retail Lumber. Millwork and
CY BENNETT BOAT WORKS
CASS CO-OPS, INC.
QUALITY FARM SUPPLIES
Farm Bureau B1'and
Phone Hi 5-2731 Cassopolis, Mich.
A G P SUPER MARKET
Pete Rodgers, Mgr.
Niles - Michigan
COMPLIMEN T S OF
SCUTI-I BEND, INDIANA
You're Always Welcome
ST. JOSEPH VALLEY BANK
"Elkhart's Progressive Bank"
Three Convenient Locations
Central - 429 S. Main St.
North - 300 E. Bristol St.
South - 1811 S. Main St.
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"Heap Good Food"
PAUL AND MAE EASTON
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THE SORG BROTHERS
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Cassopolis, Michigan Phone H' 5-25
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MICI-IIANA'S MOST COMPLETE
FOOD SHOPPING CENTER
RUSSOM TRANSFER, INC.
313 N. SECOND ST.
MONTGOMERY WARD -
Niles, Michigan Ph l292 'SERVICE FIRST'
I Phones 725 and 726
I OOMPLIMENTS OF ECONOMY DRUG STORE
Th REXALL St
WILLIAM MEREDITH 9 e D ore,
P. S. K.I'3jCl, Pharmacist
I 201 Main Street Niles, Michigan
Phone 133-F6 Edwardsburg Phone 1008
COMPLIMENT S OF
LOUIS B. DUCK
FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES DELCO HEAT
R MOTOROLA TV Paw PUMPS
I YOUNGSTOWN KITCHENS
I SAROENT PAINTS
ADAMsvII.I.I:, MICHIGAN ON US-112
I Phone 69
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W. E. Hulscbenreuler
MARTIN FEED STORE 8.MlLL
H6 W. Jackson Blvd.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK ' Elkhorn If-dim
Mem ber Federal Deposit A
Insurance Corporation I
PARMALEE'S DEP'T STORE
BEST WISHES TO STUDENTS AND FACULTY
OF EDWARDSBURG SCHOOLS
WINIFRED SWARTHOUT I
SPECIALIZED SCHOOL F
COMPLIMENTS OF '
COUCH'S VARIETY '
Compliments of Gnd I
Edwardsburg Michigan M-62 Edwardsburg I
I MANCHOW HARDWARE
- Plumbing - Paints - Appliances
I SKELGAS Complete Line Insurance
- Phone 8
Edwardsburpg Phone 165
CLAIRE BARBER SHOP
BUNGALOW DRIVE INN
We Specialize in Home Cooked
Shrimp and Chicken - Sandwiches
Home Made Pies
CALL 92-R3 EDW.
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THE ANDRUS AGENCY
Phone 35 Edwardsburg
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SUIITII BEND, INDIANA
Compliments of BEST WISHES
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COMPLETE HOME U
214 N Se di RNISHINGS M-60 East 2 Miles
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lt Pays To Drive Out
Phone In We Have A Complete Food Market
HERF -JONES COMPA Y
MANUFACTURING JEWELERS AND STATIONERS
C. E. BOGGS, Michigan Representative
150 Lakeside Drive S.E.
Grand Rapids 6, Michigan
CLASS RINGS CLUB PINS
Pepsi-Cola and Orange Crush
DIAMOND LAKE lk
EAST MAIN GARDENS
Cut Flowers - Plants - Floral Designs
Phone 1018 1521 E. Main St.
opolis' Mich' 102 So. Main Street Elkhart. lnd
DAN W. EVERETT
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Fo Me and Boy
CHLOE S BEAUTY SHOPPE
HAIR STYLING A SPECIALTY
PHONE 3R3 EDWARDSBURG MICHIGAN
CHLOE DU BOIS OWNER
HAYDEN MOTOR SALES
CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY A"'h"' d FORD Dem
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Automatic Gas Appliances
Phone Hi 5-2711
ELKHART FLORAL COMPANY
208 N. Main Street
OIL CO-OPERATIVE, INC.
Lubricants, Gasoline, Fuel Oil,
Phone Hi 5-2311
Home Phone Hi 5-2542
Phone Hi 5-2749
CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR PAST
ACHIEVEMENTS, AND MOST SINCERE WISHES FOR YOUR
FUTURE HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS.
FRUIT BELT ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE
VILLAGE I. G. A. MARKET
Government Inspected Meat
Phone 27 Edwardsburg
BLACKMOND'S JEWELRY and
fWayne C. Castle, Ownery
Corner 3rd and Main
SCHWARZ'S NEWS AGENCY
303 S. Main Niles, Mich.
Wholesale and Retail
EASTMAN, ANSCO FILM - CAMERAS
THE CASS COUNTY STATE BANK
Capital S100,000 .00
Surplus S100 ,000 .00
For "LEVI'S" and
Blue and Orange School Sweaters
and Chenile Names to Match
213 E. Main Niles
QAward Sweaters with Sleeves
Stripes also Availabley
ONTWA SERVICE , INC.
Light Auto Repair
Clean Rest Rooms
U.S. 112 - 1 Mile East
BONTRAGER AUTO SALES
"Better Cars Less Money"
M 60 - East
Ph Hi 5-2139
Save up to 50?
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We invite you to open a charge account
at no extra charge.
South Michigan Street
South Bend. Indiana
Phone Atlantic 7-3630
HARPS STANDARD SERVICE
Everything for you and your Car
Corner of U.S. 112 and Cass
"PHOTOGRAPHY AT ITS BEST"
H. A. POWELL STUDIOS
Largest in the Midwest
Quality Jewelers -- Silversmiths
111 S. Michigan Street
Headquarters for Fine
WATCHES -- DIAMONDS
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South Bend, Indiana
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Real Esate Brokers
Insurance Notary Public
S. Side Eagle Lake
Phone 12 F 32
for 50 Years
Four Floors of Fashions
for Yourself The Fanuly,
and The Home!
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YQUR LOCAL DEALERS
1- Phone 180
MICHIGAN GAS AND ELECTRIC CO.
Home of Westinghouse Appliances
Ted and Evelyn
Phones Edwardsburg 165 Adamsviue Michigan
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