Edwardsburg High School - Yearling Yearbook (Edwardsburg, MI)
- Class of 1956
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Edwardslourg High School
The 1956 Yearling is an attempt to capture the high-
lights of the school year as you lived them day by day.
It is a record whereby you may pick up your Yearling
five, ten, or even twenty years from now and recall these
many enjoyable days. . So to you-the Student Body of
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Charles Mohney, Russell Leach, Secretary, Clare Burns, Dale Padbury, President, Sam
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JAMES WILLIAM BOEGLI,
Goshen College, A.B,
University of Pittsburgh
College of Wooster
University of Michigan
Vocal and Instrumental Music
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Compliments of Edwardsburg Conservation Club.
Varsity Club 2, 3
Glee Club l, 2, 3
Student Council 1
F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3. 4
Library Club 1, 2,
Glee Club 1, 2
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4
Annual Staff 4
Newspaper 3, 4
Play 3, 4
Pep Club 4
SALLIE ANN BOLTON
Glee Club 2
Annual Staff 4
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CHRISTNER Bus Patrol 1
Glee Club 1, 3,4
Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4
Class Secretary 2, 3
Annual Staff 4
Compliments of Stock's Inc., Elkhart.
Glee Club 2, 3, 4
Annual Staff 4
Compliments of Martin's Feed Co., Elkhart.
Elkhart High School
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Student Council 2, 3,
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Student Council 3
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Annual Staff 4
Library Club 2, 3
Play 3, 4
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4
Student Council 1, 2
Class Secretary 3, 4
Bus Patrol 1, 2
Pep Club 4
Compliments of the Family Shoe Store, Niles.
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Library 1, 2, 3
Glee Club 1, 2, 3
Bus Patrol 2
Jeffers High School l, 2, 3
Basketball 1, 2
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Compliments of Duleh's Appliances, Mishawaka.
Football 1, 2, 3
Varsity Club 2, 3, 4
Play 3, 4
Annual Staff 4
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Girls' Basketball 2, 3
Play , 3, 4
Pep Club , 4
Annual Staff 4
Bus Patrol 1, 2, 3
Library Club 1, 2
Girls' Basketball 1
Port Huron and Midland
Latin Guild 3
Senior Play 4
Pep Club 4
Annual Staff 4
Compliments of Harlie Long Garage.
Life is like a pictureg paint it well
Mint Green and Silver
On September 5, 1944 the doors of opportunity opened to the following people, Sandra Click, Dick
Ellis, Jim Freeman, Norma Gauvreau, Judith Gibbons, Judy Kehoe, Janet Kinzie, Kenneth Maxwell, Dean
Mohney, Richard Myers, Vee Radebaugh, Sandra Ward and Elizabeth Westfall. This was the starting of the
1956 graduating class of Edwardsburg High School. We were a proud and ambitious group setting out to put
the world at our door-step. Proud because we were old enough to start to school, ambitious because it was
our first chance to prove to the world that we were going to be a success.
Imagine the feeling of anxiety that confronted Miss Mary Westfall our first grade teacher, when her
beloved niece took it upon herself to hit Kenny Maxwell over the head with her lunch-box. This was a very
eventful year having a rhythm band, parties, and chicken poxs.
In second grade with Miss Hazel Westfall at the helm the class of 1956 started to sail over the rough and
choppy sea of education. That was the year when we obtained another member to our crew, George Gibbs.
lt also gave us our first mutiny. Jerry Hasty having a very rebellious spirit toward his mother when she
failed to kiss him good-bye at school. Jerry stated and we quote, "1 want to kiss my mommy and I'm gonna"
with this he proceeded to stick his fist through the glass in the door. The blood on the floor from his drip-
ping fist was the first strokes of the painters brush in our motto.
Miss Mary Westfall again had the pleasure of advancing our education plus our new initiates into the
class Pat Frodocy, Ted Jones, Deanna Swanson, and Dennis Otto. Dennis was the founder of the now popular
saying "Dennis the Menace" for the antics that he introduced his first day of school.
FOURTH AND FIFTH GRADES
These were the sedate years with nothing much happening to the class except the blissful addition of
Jean Ann Robinson our fourth year and Sally Bolton, Marlene Higley, Pat Radecki, and Gayla Pontious,
the fifth year. Mrs. Padbury was content with our angelic actions. Poor'Mrs. Eggert in the fifth earned her
wages largely by chasing Maynard Fetter around the room trying to find out who was cracking the bubble
gum. Oh, yes, the wrath of Gods hit us this year with the installation of Mike Stephens.
Oh, the sixth grade. The year we got educated not only by our teachers Mrs. Van Duson and Mr.
Harcourt but also by the fellow members of the class in our make-out sessions behind the garage. This also
probably was our first touch of larceny with the theft of apples from the Home Ec. department. The sign of
things to come was the acquiring of two girls and only one boy. In the form of Virginia Landis, Joyce Minix
as the girls with Marshall Phillips bringing in enough ideas to our class to make up for the unbalanced col-
lection of males and females on our enrollment.
SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES
Now we are impressive! We're on the High School side of the building. In fact we're so impressed
with ourselves that we didn't do anything in the seventh grade and little more in the eighth. While we made
the deceased "Metropolitan Opera" turn over in their graves with our production of "Streamlined Cinder-
ella", Dick Akin and Nancy Lieser volunteered their services to our "parade of progress".
Gad!! what a year!! all we accomplished this year was to get acquainted to the new silhouettes on our
picture of, life. It seems the girls really liked physical education even though they had to skip last hour
and have it without a teacher. Most of us can remember Mr. Long chasing us inside day after day. Oh, yes,
the new students this year were Phyllis Christner, Mary Condon, John Cox, Ray Hunsberger, Ruth Ann
Kline, Doris Mechling, Lonnie Schmidtendorff, and Garry Sweitzer.
This was the year we had Miss Lardner for our English teacher. The boys with their crazy "pin-ups"
and the girls continuously playing musical chairs and singing, kept us in a continual whirl. Miss Lardner
if you remember always wanted to rewrite the dictionary and some of us found a few new words to put in
ourselves. This year Frank Connor and Mike Gaunder joined us.
This was another year where we didn't know where we stood with the essence of Paris floating around
the room in the form of Mrs. Schuler and the aroma of "Hillbilly Weddin" seeping over the edge of the stage.
We decided to call it quits and skipped out for the week of the play to a place "unknown,'.
The Junior candidates, Deanna Swanson and Mike Dass were crowned "King and Queen" of the 1955
SnoBall. Amid the mass confusion we admitted Mike Dass, Janet Souders, and Diana Stock to our class.
Finally arriving at the doorstep of graduation after our long journey down the road of success we are
a happy class of forty-seven members. This our last year Kent Gage, Buddy Lindgren, Tom Rickey, Harry
Smith and Beverly Wilsey joined us.
We will long remember our Senior play "Father Was a Housewife", our paper drives, wood cutting
days and other projects to raise money. Now we are looking forward to the J unior-Senior Prom, the Senior
trip to New York City and at last graduation.
Judy, Dean, Vee, and Elizabeth
Prophecy of The Class of 1956
The date is June 10, 1981, 25 years after we were graduated from E.H.S. The scene opens at the re-
union of the class of 1956, following the Groucho Marx tformerly Dennis Ottol TV program, "This Was
Your Life." The party is being held at Sally Boltons' SB Circle Ranch in Texas, tn honor of Dick Akin who
has just designed a hot jet which clips along at l8Q,000 miles per hour. Mary Condon, police woman, is
patrolling the party because of the many valuable jewels the guests are wearing.
A group of guests are now arriving. We see Joyce Minix, Judy Kehoe, Marlene Higley, and Gayla
Pontius. Joyce is the founder of the N.C.A. tNational Cheerleaders Associationl. Judy is a famous movie
actress in Hollywood, who has finished the film at the North Pole called, "The Ice-Cold Babyn. Marlene
is the owner of a string of fashion shops along the Milky Way, while Gayla is the head of the W.W.W.A.A.
tWorld Wide Women's Athletic Associationl.
Now arriving on a Ford Rocket is Ted Jones and John Cox, co-owners of a rocket plant on the moon.
We see that they have a couple of passengers with them from other planets, Kenneth Maxwell, who is the
president of a world wide commercial granary, and Tom Rickey, a well known actor on Venus. Richard
Myers is the general manager of the Duncan Hines Restaurants. Following Rich is his head Dietitian Elizabeth
Westfall, who was the only waitress in the universe who could carry six trays at one time.
Whoops, someone just slipped in the back door. It's Lonnie Schmidtendorff and Mike Gaunder. Lonnie
is the General Manager and Coach of the Martian Robot football team, while Mike is the No. 1 water boy
for the club. Along with them is Mike Stephens and Mike Dass. Stephens is the president of a universally
known Organization of Loafers, while Mike Dass is a food expert, having just invented a new formula
called, "Tweet Tweet Bird Seed".
Buddy Lindgren has just arrived on his jet-propelled motorcycle, with Beverly Wilsey, his top designer
for the Lindgren Motorcycle Factory in Indo-China.
The crowd grows solemn as Pat Radecki enters. She has been a missionary in Upper Mongolia, well
known for her 7,000 conversions.
The' quietness subsides as Virginia Landis walks in. "Mousie" is now a prominent gossip columnist
Over on the divan we see Doris Mechling, head of the Bacteriology department of Neptune, along with
Jean Ann Robinson Doris' top bacteriologist.
The doorman, Marshall Phillips, now introduces the famous dignitaries President of the United States
Dean Mohney and Vice President Vee Radebaugh. We understand that Judy Gibbons is now the Presidents
Sitting around Deanna Swanson in the cocktail lounge we find Janet Kinzie, Norma Gauvreau, and
Diana Stock. Janet has developed into a professional model instructor for the famous Powers Models. Norma
has come up with an ingenious device, the original space ship to Mars. Diana is a well known singer in the
We notice coming out of the powder room is Sandra Ward. Talking to her is Nancy Leiser and Janet
Souders. Janet is a famous dress designer on Jupiter and seems to be trying to et Nanc to di l h
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secret of how to make broiled muckle berries. Nancy IS now a Home Economics teacher at the University
Now making an unexpected visit is Dr Kent Gage the head of the Atomic Radiation Pl t U '
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and his chief assistant, Ruth Ann Kline. Attending with them are Pat Fodrocy, head waitress of Schliaol
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a e eria nc and Ray Hunsburger, water boy on the Big Dipper. Ray has a close affiliation with the man in
Among the last guests to arrive are Jim Freeman, Phyllis Christner, and Frank Connor. Jim is owner
of a large string of gas stations tStandard, of coursej. Frank is the top mechanic at Freeman's station on the
planet Earth, while Phyllis is the most prominent librarian in history.
The last two to arrive are George Gibbs and Gary Swietzer. George is a professor of the Unknown,
and Gary owns the largest farm on Pluto.
It seems that someone is missing. Sure enough, who should walk in but Dick Ellis, Sandra Click and
Harry Smith We hear D' k ' '
i . - ic. is expecting to open up a new Super Sonic Petrol Station in England, while Sandra
is a noted Music teacher in Germany. Last but not least is Harry, a retired Captain of the Salvation Army.
We all had a very nice time at the reunion and hope that we may progress as well in the next 25 years.
The Class of '56
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We the senior class, being of unsound minds, and failing health do make, publish, and declare this as
our last will and testament and now bequeath our loved possessions as follows:
To Mr. Sellers a spring-steel pogo-stick so that he can get back and forth between his office and the new
elementary building at Eagle Lake easily.
To Mr. Bode a large safe in which to keep all of our nickel fines.
To Mr. Francis a life-time supply of life-savers, and a membership to the Lonely-Hearts Club.
To Mr. Hoffman a recording that says "Get off the gym floor with your shoes on" so that he can save
To Mr. Stebbins a new book of money-raising ideas for next year's seniors, and a deck of stacked cards.
To Mr. Mette a Super Sherlock Holmes Detective set so that he can detect any cheating during tests
and also to find out if the Bridie Murphy story is really true.
To Miss Dean a M.R.S. degree to replace her M.I.S.S.
To Miss Woodworth a pushbutton kitchen and a new girls' basketball team since so many of the seniors
To Mr. Brooks a do-it-yourself kit for the shop.
To Mrs. Dennert all the books that she needs to complete her library.
To Mr. Boegli achoir that will sound like Fred Warings, and a new Home and Family Living Class in
hopes he can have better discussions.
To Mr. Kennedy a new book of sarcastic wisecracks to replace his old ones since he has worn Il.0Yf.
of them out.
To Mr. Hart a new annual staff in hopes that he will get more cooperation out of them than he did us.
To Phoebe a typewriter with her name engraved on it for her own private use.
To the Juniors we will the prestige of being seniors Ha! Ha! and also the knowledge that not everyone
can be outstanding.
To the sophomores we will the ability to get along with the teachers and remain considerate and co-
operative with the administration when they become upper classmen. We also will the ability to not catch a
case of upper classitis.
To the freshmen a last bit of advice, Don't ever say "Wait till we become Seniors". '
I, Dick Akin, will my ability to be a "hot rod" to anyone who likes to live dangerously and my good
times to anyone who wants to find a good steady girl like mine.
I, Sallie Ann Bolton, will my ability to get boys already out of the service to Mary Ann Fox and also my
ability to settle down in high school to my brother, Warren.
I, Phyllis Christner, will my ability to go steady with one boy to Judy Wilkinson, and my work in the
library to Darlene Warner.
I, Sandra Click, will my 1935 hot Ford to Richie Westfall so he can get to school on time, and my
height to Monte Johnson in case he gets a top locker next year.
I, Mary Condon, will my ability to keep my hair curled to Linda Figley, and my long fingemails to Grace
I, Frank Conner, will my ability to go steady with one girl to Larry Culbertson, and my aqua Ford to
Larry Thompson so he can save wear and tear on his feet.
I, John Cox, will my Ford to Paul Maehler, so he can run down Caddies, and my ability to never argue
with Mr. Hart, to anyone who might need it.
I, Mike Dass, will my nick name "Tweet Tweet" to Rich Westphall who seems to have the bird brain to
match. Also my chin of whiskers to Allen Padbury as he doesn't seem able to grow any.
I, Dick Ellis, will my "doggy Chev" to Hot Rod Slocum as it'seems she could use a little less horse-power,
and also my ability to get along with Mr. Hart, to next year's seniors, for they will need it.
I, Pat Fodrocy, will my bottles of peroxide Cwhich I have never ownedj to those who still think my
hair is bleached.
I, Jim Freeman, will my nick name "Whitie" to Mrs. Dennert, and my chev. convertible to my sister,
Pat, so she can put gas in it for a change.
I, Kent Gage, will my "hot" Ford to- anybody who wants "it" and also what's left of my chemistry work-
I, Mike Gaunder, will my orange corduroys to next year's cheerleaders, in case they are short a pair, and
also the hair on my chest to John Kujawski, who doesn't seem man enough to grow any.
I, Norma Gauverau, will my rowdiness, laughs, and giggles to Romonia Lewis, also my Chemistry work-
book to Sam Robinson, so he won't have to strain his brain.
I, Judith Gibbons, will my ability to stay out of trouble and to get along with the teachers to anyone who
I, Marlene Higley, will my ability to get along with Mr. Hart to anyone who needs it, and my rowdy
ways and any extra jugs of hard cider to Betty Kulp who will put them to good use.
I, George Gibbs, will my school mail route to Terry Jones so he may use the School Drivers Training Car,
and then learn to drive better when he gets out of school.
I , Ray Hunsberger, will the secret of my ability to skip school to Mr. Bode, and my ability to live dan-
gerously in Cass to the future football team.
l, Ted Jones, will the money I paid for overdue report cards and lost books to the other suckers that get
I, Judy Kehoe, will my long hair to Betty Kulp who seems to want it for next years senior pictures, I
also will my position as editor of the annual to anyone who wants a "headache",
I, Janet Kinzie, will my short hair to anyone who doesn't like "nightly pin-ups" also my horse, Al-
geron, to Shirley Miller, to start her ranch.
I, Ruth Ann Kline, will my ex-boyfriends, with a few exceptions to Linda Figley, in hopes that she
can find one tall enough. To Janet Van Namee my sane and sensible school clothes as she seems to have so
few of her own.
I, Virginia Landis, will my nickname "Mouse" to anyone that wants it and my ability to get off the bus
without a note to Ilene Sones.
I, Nancy Lieser, will my loose sweaters and my ability to get along with Mr. Francis to Judy Long, who
seems to want it.
l, Buddy Lindgren, will my ability to drive sensibly with my motorcycle to Chuck Winters, and my
motorcycle boots to Shirley Miller seeing as she seems to like the way they fit.
I, Kenny Maxwell, will my ambitions to Kenny Christner, who really needs it, also my Chemistry books
to anyone who's crazy enough to want them.
I, Doris Mechling, will my quietness to Kenny Christner, and all my jewelry to Janet Van Namee who
really doesn't need it.
I, Joyce Minix, leave to Carole Christophel my position as captain of the cheerleading staff and to the
whole class of "57" my ability to get out of classes Qlegally of coursel.
I, Dean Mohney, will my grades to the Junior boys so that they can qualify for class offices, next year,
as they couldn't seem to make it this year.
I, Richard Myers, will my Stud. to any rod who needs a hot car, and my ability to play baseball to A1
Padbury who seems to have trouble with the game.
I,.Dennis Otto, will my ability to grow a goatee to Allan Padbury, as he'll probably never make it, and
my nickname "Groucho" to Carl Gustola.
I, Marshall Phillips, will my haircut to Mr. Kennedy, who seems to be lacking some, and my low hang-
ing Levies to Mr. Mette in case he gets middle age spread.
I, Gayla Pontius, will to Pat Freeman my ability to go steady and my even temper to Mr. Hart who seems
to need it at times.
- I, Pat Radecki, will my quietness in Home Ec. Class to Shirley Miller and Carole Christophel in hopes
they will put it to good use.
I, Thomas E. Rickey, will to anyone who wants it my ability to be a great success, and also will my
government book to any junior who is interested.
I, Jean Ann Robinson, will my shortness to Linda Figley, and my ability to get a diamond while in
school to Marlene Fackelman.
I, Lonnie Schmidtendorff, will my grades to my sister so she can improve them and my position as cap-
tain of the football team to the juniors who seem to want it.
I, Harry Smith, leave my ability to understand Civics, and History to Pat Freeman and my top locker
to Monte Johnson in hopes he doesn't forget his step ladder.
I, Jan Souders, will all my clothes to Shirley Miller, who says she wants them and my short black hair
to Linda Figley.
I, Mike Stephens, will my nickname to any of my supporters, and my ability not to rod my Dad's car
to Richie Westphal, for he has been caught more than once.
I, Diana Stock, will my voice to anyone who would like to screech in music class.
I, Deanna Swanson, will my ability to control my temper, and get along with my boyfriend to Pat Pa-
breza, who seems to need it.
I, Garry Sweitzer, will my Shot" Ford to Dale Garl in hopes that he won't tear out as many axles as
I, Sandra Ward, will my nick-name "Muffin" to anyone who wants it and my shortness to Dixie
Wahlen in hopes she will make good use of it.
I, Elizabeth Westfall, will my ability to be ready for all timed writings to Judy Wilkinson and my typing
grades to Larry.
I, Beverly Wilsey, will my ability to ring the fire bell to anyone who wants to get their friends out of
class, and my "shortie" P.J.'s to Barb Cavern as she seems to like them.
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Charles Hoien, Nancy James, Monte Johnson. Third Row: Terry Jones, Grace Klip, Ronnie
Kmitta. John Kujawski, Ramona Lewis, Harold Lowe, Paul Maehler, Shirley Miller. Fourth
Row: Dorothy Millin, Nourma Montgomery, Phill Moran, Mary Ann Mossman, Martha
Nichols, Allan Pudbury, Sally Proper, Sam Robinson, Jim Ryder. Fifth Row: Rosalie Sanders,
Sally Schmidtcndorff, Sandra Slocum, Stan Suski, Larry Thompson, Janet Van Namee,
Nancy Warrell, Richard Westphal. Lust Row: Dixie Lee Whalen, Jim Whrtcomb, Ray White,
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bright, Richard Brandley, Marilyn Burnworth, Durelle Butrick. Second Row: Marjorie Car-
penter, Don Copper, Sharon Eaton, Jerome Farmer, Mary Ann Fox. Daniel George, Carl
Gostola, John Guy. Third Row: Janet Harris, Larry Haven, Nancy Heed, Elizabeth Horvath,
Robert Jones, Deanna Konrath, Teddy Ann Kulwicki, Norman Landis. Fourth R0w.' Robert
McClure, Bill McNabb, Mary Molnar, Diana Myers, Marilyn Otto, Mary Pantilla, Leslie Prof-
fitt, Ray Radebaugh. Fifth Row: Judith Reaves, Carol Riddarsporre, Clarence Rienks, Mike
Souders, Kathleen Stephens, Larry Stock, Betty Suski, Faith Ann Tompos. Sixth Row: Frances
Wendl, Joan Wesolowski, Sylvia Whitcomb, Margery White, Phyllis Wise, Judy Ziolkowski.
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Charles Clymer. Patty Condon. Velma Copeland, Loretta Dryer, .lohn Elmore. Wayne Fetters,
Linda Figley, Sandra Flanders. Third Row: Sylvia Gloede, June Guy. Terry Harris, Shirley
Haslam, Susan Heed, Geraldine Hoover, Jared Horvath. Foartli Row: Robin Howard, Buddy
James, Thomas Kehm. Delbert Landis, Donald Langguth, Thomas Littman. Judy Long,
Donald Lowe, Elizabeth Mahoney. Fifth Row: Peggy Mains. Barbara Martin, Willis Maxwell.
Kay McNabb, Janet Millin,,Janet Mohney, Gene Montgomery, Martha Morse, Don Morti-
mer. Sixth Row: Cindra Null, Wilma Oakes, Pat Pabreza. John Pantilla. Dean Ramey,
Marjorie Rasler, David Richards, Cherean Rickey, Gary Sanders. Svvwitli Row: Michael
Seuss, Janice Shoemaker, Ilene Sones, Robert Spenner, Kay Vollstedt, Sue Ward, Floyd
Whalen, Ruth Williams, Anna Mae Williamson, Julie Yeknik.
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Danny Richards, Kathleen Rienks, David Sanders. Seventh
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Lillian Valentine, Robert Valentine. Eighth Row: Charles
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Nicholas Barnard, Alan Beach, Johnny Bettle. Judith Bolton,
Sandra Brownlee, Sarah Burns, Donald Cavern. Second Row:
Robert Chew, Donna Dale Claire, Robert Condon. Elnora
Creamer. Cheryl Davis, Errol Davis, Robert Davis, William
Doczy, James Dorrier, Karen Drudge. Third Row: James
Funkhouser, Sandra Ferrick, Russell Gibbs, Beverly Gibbs,
Sonja Gildner, Judith Gronwald, Sylvia Harp, Jacqueline
Hart, Linda Harris, Pat Heminger. Fourth Row: Dale Hill,
'ffery Horvath, Alex Horvath, Stephen Horvath, Robert
'. Jerry Hutts, Ed Kesiezopalski, Carolyn Kmitta. Sharon
,Maureen Kronewritter. Fifth Row: Sharon Johnson,
David Iesley. Ray Lindgren, Sandra'ffLitty, Barbara Littniian.
William Long, Kay Lovell, Belle Lloyd, George Mangold.
Roger Mann. Sixth Row: Vern McCain, Fred McCormick.
Helen McCormick, Waneta McClue, George Mooth, Larry
Moran, Eileen Meyers. Karen Nichols. Michael Nortor,
Robert Overmyer. Seventh Row: Tony Pabreza, Connie Pe-
trauskas, Patricia Quinn, Jack Rickey. James Roberts, Pamela
Seuss, David Shiedler, Charles Shoemaker. John Smith. Ray
Smith. Eighth Row: George Snyder. Jerry Stanley, Diana
Utley, Carolyn Valentine, Sandra Vandygriff. Judith Voll-
stedt, Larry Ward, Patrick Wesolowski, Paul Windbigler.
Ruby William. Ninth Row: Diana Walker, Miles Ycknik.
Ir. Hi Basketball
Front Row: Mr. Horvarh. .lim Mcfiain, .lim Rccvcw. .lim Dorricr. Jerry Myers, Nick Barnard.
Dave Sanders. Mgr. Second Row: Dan Killick. Fred McC'ormick. Dick Baughcr, Lcc Marsh,
.lack Qucrry, Don Cavern. Third Row: Frcd Dorricr. Morris livans, Dan Richards, Tom
Iiaion, Robert Valcnlinc, Bob Ball. Alwscnlz .lcffrcy Horvalh. Franklin Creamer.
Kathryn Leach, Trudy Burns, Donna Haven, Kay Jackson, Carolyn Jones, Veda Radcbaugh
i Ir. H1 Football
Front Row: .lim Fl111k11LlllNCIA. P11111 Windbiglor. 1111111 S111i1l1. Tony Pi11'11'CZl1. Jim Reeves, Jack
Quarry. Jerry Duck. 1-'1z1bi.111 .-X1w1111:11. 11011 Oxu1'111yQi'. Second Row: 11.0111 IQLIIOII. Vein Mcfziin.
Fred Dorricr. Ciliuulx Wci1111crg. X1 Dzivix. .lim 1J111'1ic1'. 1301111111 Caivcrll. Frcd 1NlCCorrnick.
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Front Row: Gary Liggett, Richard Turnock, Gary Green, Don Konrath, Tim Parson, Allan
Millin, Donald Smith, Edgar Rickey, Jim Welsh, Daniel Morse. Second Row: Sally Marsi,
June Sanders, Patricia Davis, Lana Perkins, Kathryn Griffen. Shelia Freeman, Patricia Coop-
er, Jo Ann Kinzie, Kathleen O'Conner, Mary Whitcomb. Joseph Stuglik. Th-ird Row: Dian
Metcalf, Connie Spitler, Charlene Kantz, Mary Lynne Manchow, Karen Pantilla, Martha
Scheihelhut, Ann Wyrick. Patty Lane, Mrs. Van Dusen. Absent: Garth Maxam, Scotty
Quimby, Adam Brodzinski, Rand Eddy, Leonard Barkes, Jerry Van Harlinger, Elroy Fierick,
Donald Christner, James Flanders.
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Front Row: George King, Leonard Mann, Billy Martin, Charles Hershberger, Bill Leisure
Jerry Myers, Albert Konrath, Tom Gage, James McCain, Kenneth Bowers. Second Row
Mary Jane Kronruritter, Carla Jones Carol Ferry, Virginia Curry, Georgia Bolen, Leona
Vandygriff, Diana Bennett. Linda Lou Jones, Sandra Lloyd, Helen Kulwiekr, Henry Jordan
Third Row: Wayne Bankston, John Schalliol, Cleora Daily, Carolyn Whalen, Dorothy Wil
liams, Ellen Clawson, Donna Vollstedt, Janet Emmenaker, Judy Eash, Tom Clement, Mr
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Dwight Parker, Richard Maxwell. Second Row: Larry Hunsbergcr. Lynne Akin, Diana Dc-
Frecse, Carol Rinehart. Nance Tucrlfs. Peggy Carpenter, Vivian Kcathley, Charlotte Klopfen-
stein, Phyllis Barker. Margaret Carroll. 'lhird Row: Remus Burns, Sally Checklcy, Joy
Shoemaker, Miriam Warrell, Barbara Balyeat. Sandra Barnard, Jessica Gostola, Sandra
DeFreese, James Gibbs, Mrs. Proper. Fourth Row: Edward Mossman, Donald Hann, Richard
Lunk, Calvin Johnson, Jerry Niver, Richard Becker, I-'rank Suski, Louis Kujawski, Keith
L'Hommedieu. Absent: Robert Shoemaker, Warren Smith.
Eront Row: Lonnie Liggett, Theodore Grishaber, John Vargo, Bill Pennington, Lonnie Wil-
liamson, Jay Windbigler. Lyle Montgomery, Richard Beavo, James Lindgren. Second Row:
Ralph Suski, Vicki Feirick, Mary Rush, Jayne Carpenter, Kay Swanson, Virginia Standiford,
Victoria Ksiezopolski, Linda Bame, Roberta Glaum, Bernadette Brodzinski. Third Row:
Joseph Stuglik, Carolyn McCain, Nancy Heminger. Wynona Barkers, Connie Copper, Beverly
Smith, Rose Shoemaker, Judy Kendall. Mrs. Boepple. Fourth Row: David Nichols, Clyde
Copeland, Joseph Jendryzewski, Donald Horner. Raymond Lunk, Benjamin Carroll. Richard
Powers, James Langguth. Absent: LeRoy Love, David Mortimer, Dorothy Allen.
Front Row: Brian Claire, Roger Mattens, Larry Smith. Michael Bretsehneider. Daniel Mc-
Carty, James Lowe, lidwin Wcisel. Second Row: Gloria Buclthanon, Jennifer Jackson,
Roxanne Martin. Diane Carpenter, .Janet Warrell, Marlene Menlie, Patricia Kantorowski,
'lirudy Westphal, Ruthann Fusen, Vickie DeFreese. Third Row: Michael Raab, Sandra
Probst, Susan Maxam, Ann Follmer. Janice Chapman. Sandra Randall, Jack Rinehart, Miss
Grove. Fourth Row: David Kulwiclxi, Brian Davis, lidward Wirielx, Michael Smith, Dennis
Anderson, Raymond Hoover. Absent: Richard Matthews, Cheryl Odell.
Front Row: Michael Smith, Tom Kendle, Nicholas Divietro, Richard Bigelow, Tom Parsons,
Patrick Carroll, David Feirick. Second Row: Kathryn Horvath, Joyce Kollar, Leah Quimby,
Sally Smith, Sally Jones, Sharon Whitcomb, Bonnie Hill, Jane McManus. Geraldine Leist.
Third Row: Steven Jones. Terry Shetterly. James Cripe, Tom Fodrocy. Ralph James, Gregory
Davis, Stephen Molnar. John Bralick, Mrs. liggert. Fourth Row: John Kerr, Charles Smith,
John Reed, Gary Smith, John Fox, Ronald Zook, Richard Weinberg, Harry Keathley.
Absent: Beverly Wiseman, Michael Konralh.
Front Row: Dean Westfall. Clare Goodsell, Stanley Smith, Edwin Chrohot, Billy Br0dZirlSki,
Tommy Meredith. James Rogers. Second Row: Roland Lowell, Fern Hershberger, Gaylene
Gren, Linda DeFreesc. Connie Bickel. Sandra Bauer. Patricia Balyeat, Claudia Jean Onstott.
Linda Howe. Mary Liggett. Carl Jones. Third Row: Danny Bittle, Patricia White, Patricia
Dobrich, Margaret Clawson, Linda Flowers, Cheryl Cain, Cynthia Petrauskas, Sheldon Hart.
Fourth Row: Billy Scheibelhut. Robert Fein. Mickey Vargo, Robert Seggerman. Virgil Brown-
lee Jr., Tony Suski, Dick Thomas, Gregory Lawson, Mrs. Gardner. Absent: Linda George,
Front Row: Lynn Ryder, Mark Smith. John McClure, Larry Lovell, Dennis Doane, Roy
Ruohomaki, Robert Lesley, Scott,Everett. Second Row: Elaine Turriock. Sandra Davis, Betty
Lloyd. Sally Tharp. Jennifer Funkhouser. Elaine Cook. Linda Schmitt. Marsha -Potts, Linda
Harry. Preston Glazner. Third Row: Laura Bates. Sue Ann Horvath, Mary Kulwicki, Mary
Dryer, Linda DePoy. Mary Suski. lN1arjorie Checkley. Martha Williams, Diana Arseneau,
Mrs. Worrell. Fourth Row: David James. Larry Butrick. Bobby Beavo, Ronnie Johnson,
Kenneth Bishop, James Weber, Larry Bowman. Gregory Parker. Absent: Judy Fisher,
Michael Neff, Richard Utley.
Front Row: Dennis Fresh, Ronnie Pillow, Stephen Morse, George Bates. Patil Ferry, Tommy
Evans, Bobby Leet. Arnold Lorelette, Brian Ames. Second Row: Sandra Quinn. Betty Marsi.
Ann Dovel, Bridella Carpenter, Nancy Schenk, Marilyn Davis. Phyllis Shoemaker, Lynette
Keathly, Joanna Bosworth. Patty Doane. Third Row: Toni Kring. Cynthia Metcalf. Connie
Rowley, Nancy Trump. Rebecca Fry. Luana Harris, Bonnie Hawkins. Miss Smehzer. Fourth
Row: James Millin, Terry Bidwell. Kenneth McCain. Jerry Westfall. Eugene Gildner. Donald
Ort, Gerald Schelstraete, Gerald Starkweather. Absent: James Swan. Johnny Allen.
Front Row: Dale Westfall, Scott Martin, Freddy Leet, Eric Sedenik, Freddy Horvath, Randy
Kent, John James. Second Row: Jimmy Becraft, Karen Kelley, Myra Bishop, Sandra Eaton.
Mary Valentine, Karen Keneipp, Barbara Smith, Peggy Troup, Pamela Parker. Third
Row: Cecelia Littman. Maryellen Fuson, Barbara Fenzau, Kathy Anderson, Robin Cain,
Gloria Norman, Debbie Gostola, Jerry Jourdan. Howard Menzie, Mrs. Blair. Fourth Row:
Tommy Christner. Barry Pfeifer. Lyle Cornish, Randy Smith, Robert Hardin. Robert Hunt,
Billy Babcock, Jerel Williamson, Keith Kirkdofer. Absent: Jon Nett.
Sewnd . Grade---
Front Row: Larry Cleghorn, Danny Stuglik, Bobby Quinn, George Feirick, Donn Westfall,
George Bankston, Danny Brown, James Kahl. Second Row: Peggy Niver, Geraldine
Guthrie, Sharon Dunning, Janice Kollar, Sherry Smith. Judy King, Becky Rinehart, Elaine
Rickey, Elizabeth Rickey. Third Row: Craig Hasty. Febphie Powers. Penny Kendall. Betty
Bralick, Joyce Parson, Marily Trump, Jouce Brewer, Tom Weber, Mrs. Rinehart. Fourth
Row: Sammy Galbreth, Billy Keeley. Eddie Bement, Mike Antisdel. Richard Gibbs, Larry
Follmer, John Scheibelhut, Lance Davis. Absent: Cynthia Checkley, Jerry Wcisel.
Front Row: Stephen Rickey, Eugene Kendle, Gary Probst, Ralph Norman, Thomas I-10Yd,
Keith Popour, Lane Goodsell, Leonard Guy. Second Row: Sue Ellen Morris, Gloria Hatten,
Karen Kantz, Dianne Brown, Mary Ellen Jackson, Diane Duval, Irene Suski, Jill Ann Raab,
Dianne Wildman. Third Row: Sandra Rogers, Connie Westfall, Martha Follmer. Shirley
Christner, Andrea Schelstraete. Mary Kay Johnson. Irma Brown, Toni Tompos, Rosalyn
Benjamin. Miss Westfall. Fourth Row: Benjamin Wilsey, Gregg Herreman, James Chew,
Richard Martin, George Christner. Charles Elder, Larry Cook, Robert Konrath. Absent:
Front Row: Bernie Raymond. Donald Howard. David Leach. James Bowman. lirnest Wcisel.
Kirk Wendt. Second Row: Glenn Carpenter. Pamela Harris. Marcia Mattens, Linda Smith,
Diana Ward, Dorine Lindgren. Linda Feirick. Mike Divietro, Mrs. Montgomery, Third Row:
Bobby Runkle, Jackie Yeakey. Al Kairis, David Burnsworth. Alan Reifel. George Tanner,
John Dohrieh. Absent: lidward Gapinski.
Front Row: Darel Hankston. Patrick. Bolen, Roger Gregory. Douglas Troup. John Stevens.
Second Row: Ethel Stevens. Linda Horner. Sandra White. Christine Dresch. Susan Mervine.
Margaret Whalen, Janet Springer, l,inetta Truvillion. Norma Conley, Mrs. Montgomery,
Third Row: William Wirick. Roger Harris. David Kuhish. Tominy Stout. Richard Palmer,
Steven Boloek. Absent: Virgil Allen. Vickie Creal.
M s Morning First Grade
Front Row: Steven Smale. Dennis Lowell. Michael Higley. Harold Eltzroth, Dztnnie Bates.
William Valentine. Richard Bressler. Second Row: I Dehra Pearson. Shirley Hemminger,
Virginia Smith, Susan Burns. Phyllis Ann Morgan, Kristen Giihert. Carol Ann Suski. Teresa
Diane Jackson. Jane Montgomery. Third Row: Rohert Smith. William Anguilm. Craig Lindley,
Dennis Schulliol. Thomas Carlton. Ray Fuson. Robert Hatten. Mrs. Calleja.
Afternoon First Gracie ' M'
Front Row: Judith Smith, Jeanne Fein, Susan Bretsehneider. Rebecca Shuff, Carol Ann
Bigelow, Gemma Arseneau. Judy Barns. Susan Tharp. Jean Ann Kantz, Carole Ann Welsh,
Mrs. Calleja. Second Row: Richard Quinn, Gary Checkley, Darl DePoy, Sherrie Reed,
Judith Vargo, Janis Sue Sammons, Terre Bolle, Gregory Johnson, Larry Townsend, Walter
Morning First Grade
Front Row: John Wiley. Carl Meredith. David Kahl. Tommy Keathley. Michael KZIHI7.
James Barns. Second Row: Juanita Copeland. Judy Weber. lilaine Glazner. Nancy Cleghorn.
Tonya Bottom. Bernice Morgan. 'lliird Row: Buddy Waters. John Meredith. Gerald Rasler.
Stanley Kantorowski. Billy Johnson. Bobby Butricls. Dean Kalwiski. Miss l.eva M. Ritter.
teacher. 'those Absent: Carol Waters. Charles Ward.
Afternoon First Grade
Front Row: Bobby Heinzmann, David Harry. David Metcalf. Gregory Lauver. Ronald Juday.
Steve Ricnlss. Second Row: Mary Jackson. Carol Ann Martin. Janice Hardin. Joanne Kohler.
Kitty Bishop. Nancy Mann. Margret Kronewitter. Marsha Bates. Third Row: Ronald Patzer,
Gary Krupp. Frank Jendreiewski. Terrell Arnold, Miss l.cva M. Ritter. teacher.
Morning Kindergard-en A
Front Row: Mike Weaver. John Vollstedt. Chuck Wise. Doug Haslett. Randy Smith. Duane
Christner, Ronnie Eaton, Marc Miller. Greg Lloyd. Alfred Williamson. Second Row: Dianne
Davis. Mona Wordinger. Kathy DeSchepper. Debby Lawson, Nancy Suski, Rachel Truvillion,
Gay Humphrey, Priscilla Barrows. Esther Newgent. Sherry Jourdon. Miss Pike. 'Third Row:
Joseph Horvath. Larry Grover. David Townsend, Linda Elder, Luna Eash. Leona Sabonis,
Faith Gordon. Bill Kohler. Eddie Bralick, Philip Bates. Absent: Jerry Glazner. Diana Hamil-
ton, Roger Antisdel.
i Afternoon Kindergarden ,
Front Row: Bobby Babcock, Harold Purucker, Christian Drescl: Ill, John Cook, John
Wirick. David Dibble, Dale Copeland. Second Row: Linda Quinn, Cathy Walker, Joyce
Arnold, Charlotte Grandy, Kathy Follmer. Daralene Metcalf. Tamela Neice, Susan Bittle,
Ginger Everett, Christime Norton, Candy Wendt, Third Row: Davi-.l Rienks. Steve Replogle.
John Kubish, Robert King, Christopher Wendt, Sam Lovelette, Rickie Roach, Miss Pike.
Absent: Sam Pratha, Penny Bretschncider.
Front Row: lidward Yoder. Dennix Willis. Richard Bennett. ,loxeph Burns. Kenton Johnson,
David Matten, Vharles Kantl, Ciary Shaw, Second Row: Sllnllll Kay lvlelcalf, Margo Gordon.
linda Bottom. Bonita Wishart. lfarhara Morgan. .laniee Nell. Melodie Duval. Vicki Kring.
Reheeea Doane. Phyllis Davis. Mias Marv Westfall. Third Row: .liidith Smith, Gwendolyn
Maxam. Christine Molnar. larry Gorsneh, David Freele. Craig Gordon. Dennix lironxe.
Ralph Jenkins. llarriet liunnell. .ludy Johnson. Deloris Gibson. 'lihosc .-Xhsenti Robin Ward.
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Norman. Miehael lilly. Rohert l.itty. Charles Davis. Second Row: .lune Glaum. Bonnie
Front Row: liruee Reinka larrv f'real. Rohert Circ-im. Michal Rinehart. 'lerrv Arler. Ronalt
Winterrowd. Darlene Black Hawk. Marlene lilaek Hawk, .lo Ann O'C'onnor. Nancy .Io l.inn
Dorothy Mann. Christine De Wyze. Susan Seggerman, Miss Mary Westfall. 'l'hird Ron
Miehael Cileaxon. Allen Weiderman. .lohn Lovelelte. Audrev Wildman. Franees Keeley
,lady Ann lloward. iillgtfllkf Van Vynekt, Glenn Skeelx, George Kalzcnherger. Those Ahsent
linda Sue liattein. lildon Fenton, Marcia Kendall.
7-First diy of school - there's a new crowd of wheels - who else but the
class of "56".
8-No school the teachers turned chicken.
9-Back to School Dance - is everyone acquainted?
16-First football game.
Picked Annual Staff.
23-First home game - New Troy - lost by 7 points.
We played Bangor CNO commentj.
Eddies 19, Jimtown 6 - Yah team.
13-Snake Dance - Ruthie laid the trap for Kent - Caught him too. M,
14-Homecoming - Susan Heed elected Queen with Gayla Pontius, Janet
Kinzie, Nancy Heed, Shirley Miller were attendants. Played Eau Claire
Report cards. Is everyone still with us?
Eddies 13 - Galien 7.
28-27-No school teachers went to an institution?
28-We played New Buffalo, 13-6 own favor.
Fall Festival sponsored by P.T.A.
ll-Our last football game of the season. At Cass Rough night.
12-Sadie Hawkins Dance - what's the matter girls, bashful?
24-Thanksgiving vacation - please pass the Tums.
29-Sophomore roller skating party at Playland.
First basketball game Eau Claire CNo commentj.
3-Box social - Juniors.
-Senior Play "Father Was A Housewife". We are all ready for Hollywood
13-Girls basketball game at Berrien Springs.
15-High School Choir program.
17-Mistletoe Ball - Nice dance Freshmen.
20-Girls basketball game. Eddies 56 Marcellus 36.
22-Christmas Vacation - look at all the presents.
Back to the old grind - look at all the new clothes.
9-Girls basketball game at New Buffalo.
17-Girls played Cass here Won 51-22.
-Semester exams - They must have studied this when I was absent! ?
23-No school! we must rest our overworked brains.
24-Basketball'game with Eau Claire - Girls game at Marcellus.
28-Sno-Ball Norma Montgomery 8L Ray White were King 84 Queen.
31-Assembly program - Tromblenes.
-Girls basketball game with New Buffalo 36-34 - overtime.
-The girls did it again Cass - 21 - Eddies 33.
11-Donkey Basketball - We hope the pictures tell us more clearly which- is
17-No school - Senior Class cut wood.
22-"Jock" Stevens learned not to stick his tongue out at teachers.
25-Sock Hop Sponsored by Student Council.
March 7-Tournament at Niles.
16-F.H.A. Dance. '
April 1-9-Spring Vacation.
May 4-Junior-Senior PROM.
. 23-New York here we come.
7-Graduation At long last.
Front Row: Joe Turnock. lrvin Bzxme. Rollo Click, Lyle Sanders, Harry
Culleju. Hurley Phillips Thurman James, Buck Row: William Babcock, Jesse
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Znd Row: Richard Myers. lim Freeman. Sandra Ward, Mike Gaunder, Ruth Ann Kline,
Norma Clauvreau. Diana Stock. Deana Swanson. Janet Kinzie, Sallie Ann Bolton. Judy
Gihhons. Joyce Miuix. Beverly Wilsey. Nancy Warrell.
3rd Row: Richard Akin. Frank Connor, Ken Maxwell, Vee Radebaugh. Mike Stephens,
Richard lillis, Mike Dass.
lst Row: Mr. Kennedy. Norma Gauvereau. Nancy Warrcll, Sally Proper, Martha Nichols,
Dean Mohney. Sandra Slocum. Grace Klip.
Znd Row: Deanna Swanson. Carol Christophel. .lanet Van Namee. Dennis Otto. Mary Lou
Barker, Janet Kinzic. Nancy James. Diana Myers. Elizabeth Horvath. Marnie Brown, Judy
Ziolkowski, Judy Wilkinson, Mary Molnar, Rosalie Sanders. Sandra Click. Elizabeth Westfall.
Sandra Flanders. Nourma Montgomery.
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Joan Wesolowski, Franees Wendl. Abbie Ahshire, Grace Klip. Mr. Boegli.
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Patty Condon, Shirley Cloud, Lu Anne Stuglik, Third Row: Charles Weinberg, Larry Ward,
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Second Row: Ray Hunsberger, Vee Radebaugh, Dick Ellis, John Kujawski, Ronnie Kmitta
Terry Jones, Lonnie Schmidtendorff, Dick Akin, Bob Spenner, Mr. Hoffman. Third Row
Robin Howard, Dennis Otto, Sam Robinson, Mike Dass, Mike Stephens, Richie Westphal
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Kmilta, Deun Mohney. Second Row: Mr, Metre. Dick Akin. Chuck Ballzird. .lim Ryder,
Ray White, Bud Lindgren. Terry Jones, Third Row: Jared Horvalh. Tom Kehm. Garry
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HEAT YOUR HOME WITH PHILGAS
From Modern Stoves Co.
517 North 2nd Street 1105 Main St. Ph. 2-0807
Phone: 1420 f
Best Wishes To 56 Class
Lexington Book Store
113 W. Lexington Ave.
"A book is new until
you have read it"
Michigan Gas 81 Electric Co
Home of Westinghouse Appliances
Phones Edwardsburg 165
Cass HI. 5-2444
Infant's and Children's Wear
214 S. Main St.
Foster Gas 8: Appliance
116 South Main St.
John L. Foster
For the Best in
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123 South Main Street
Quality Jewelers - Silversmith
111 S. Michigan Street
Headquarters for fine
WATCHES - DIAMONDS
JEWELRY - SILVERWARE
South Bend, Indiana
Paulson's Cafeteria Inc.
Best Wishes to Class
cFaJy jair geaufy .gafon
424W S. Main St.
W. H. Connelly
Special Students Rates
Junior 84 Senior
Over 1000 Suits
to Choose From
Furniture - Funeral Directors In All Sizes --
Cassopolis Alterations Incl.
Michigan Place Orders
Oliver Hotel Bldg. 107 N. Main
South Bend, Ind.
Compliment. scHwARz NEWS AGENCIES
BLA CKMOND'S JEWELRY
fWayne C. Castle, Ownery
Comer 3rd and Main
303 S. Main Niles, Mich.
Wholesale and Retail
EASTMAN, ANSCO FILM - CAMERAS
NEWSPAPERS - MAGAZINES
"Everything To Build With"
OSCEOLA lUMBER CO.
Dealers in Building Material
Phone 881 1
First National Bank
Member Federal Deposit
Happy Motoring thru life
Elkl1arfAufo Dealers Association
BALL SERVICE, INC. ENYART-BATTJES CHEVROLET,
VERNON M. BALL, INC. LOCHMANDY BUICK SALES, INC.
BERGERON MOTOR CO., INC. W. W. LUSHER, INC.
CHATTEN MOTOR SALES, INC. I. A. MILLER, INC.
ROY CULVER MOTORS, INC. WECKEL-KRAL
INSURANCE AGENCY OF
Phone HI. 5-2781 mama sm sw
Secretaries-Betty Hanship, Polly Stickles ,
Sportlng Goods Dealer
HServices 8a Dependable Insurance"
South Bend Federal Savings
And Loan Association
201 S. Main Street
SOUTH BEND 1, INDIANA
CASSOPOLIS PH. HI. 5-2051 MICHIGAN
CASS COUNTY LUMBER 81 COAL COMPANY
Lumber and Builders' Supplies
COAL AND COKE
LOUIS B. DUCK
SUN-PROOF HOUSE PAINT
Make yours the brightest house
on the block
Stays Whiter-Easy to Apply
IACK'S BARBER SHOP
BEA'S BEAUTY PARLOR
"For Speciality In Work"
109 E. lst Street
U' 0st I - S.
COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS
214 N. Second Street
Phone 1 11
' ' 90.
Al SMITH'S RECORD BAR
for the best in
TOPS IN QUALITY Phonograph Records
412 S. Michigan St. South Bend
Phone at 7-3553 at 9-6540
TOPS IN FLAVOR
. RlEoE's DEPT. stone
Compliments of I
SMITH HOIST MANUFAUURING co. 108 State Sm
CaSS0P0liiS .Michigan CASSOPOLIS MICHIGAN
Compliments of Vernon Twilmell Jewelry
FISK DRUG COMPANY 118 w. Mishawaka Ave.
THE REXALL STORE PH- 5-7690
"Prescription's Our Speciality" 'SKEEPSAKE D'AM0NDS"
Wm. L. Reames, Reg. Ph. JEWELERY F94 WATCHES
Cassopolis Mich. Mishawaka Indiana
Phone 236 Box 121
TOOL 8. DIE COMPANY
Precision Tool - Dies 8: Fixtures
JOHN E. OUERRY HAROLD W. QUERRY
Coffee Sh op
Open 24 Hours A Day
Deposits Up To 310,000 Insured
With Federal Deposit Insurance
Catalina Arrow Shirts
Levi Pegs Jockey Underwear
Store for Men 8: Boys
213 E. Main St.
Compliments of your
Niles A 8g P
38 Front Ave. S. W.
P. O. Box 376
Grand Rapids 1, Michigan,
On Highway 112 At
lPhone: Union 3571
R. R. atfl
Harold C. Harman
Best Wishes To
The Class Of "56"
Store for Men 84 Boys
324 South Main Street
Elkhart's Best Store
"Heap Good Food"
PAUL AND MAE EASTON
Schmeling Service Station
And Sport Shop
Tires - Battery :SL Lubrication
Cass County Livestock Sale
We Buy Hogs Every Day
Dairy cows 84 feeder cattle bought
and sold daily.
Phone Hickory 5-2121 Cassopolis
B. M. DANFORTH
Economy Doug Stone
The REXALL Store
P. S. Krajci, Pharmacist
Main Af Jackson 201 Main Street Niles, Michigan
' Phone 1008
CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS of 1956
FORD TRACTOR 8. IMPLEMENT DEALER
BERGER TRACTOR SALES
Phone HI. 5-2480
Nationally advertisied watches
HAYDEN MOTOR SALES,
Authorized FORD Dealer
5HAW'S JEWELRY . . .
"Famous for Diamonds" Phone HI 5-2711
235 S. Michigan St.
South Bend, Indiana
and the Watches
WIll'S .IEWElRY STORE
324 Lincoln Way West
107 Lincoln Way East
phone BL. 5-5525
Of "lf you don't know
Northeast Corner your iewelfv-
know your jeweler."
of Eagle Lake
John E. Will Phone
Phone 187F24 Proprietor BL. 5-9004
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