Elston High School - Elstonian Yearbook (Michigan City, IN)

 - Class of 1952

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,J 12 ,f .f .l v' 'ws wh Q 9 7RI5fU1IIII1'l Wlthln the pages of thls volume are recolded the student l1fe and events of the school year 1951 1952 As the h1sto11ans of the Mlddle Ages wrote wxth qu1ll and lllk upon parchment manuscrlpts the llfe and ad ventuxes of mechewal ltnxghts for the benefit of poster lty so the LLSTONIAN stalf has kept Ill th1s volume an account of the school actxvltles on VVl'1lCl1 all can look back We chose our theme ln the falth that chlvalry IH lts hxghest sense 1S not dead and that as long as man klnd survxves so long xull the chxvaluc mstxnct be an lmportant factox ln life 2 . . - YA, . . , . . . y - m . - 1 v c . . 4 V. . l. . . 1 UI e emur Qllass resenis the 1952 i..lL1iu111f111 U e earhunk nf t e 4521215 GI 4 Isbzm emnr 143113, r nnl IE Igzm Mig glnhmna 3 hi' 1? 1132 iz Z' 925 55' fhih mb' U" Table of Contents I11t1od11ct1o11 AClIUlI11Stl3I1CJl1 Boaxd of I ducatxon SllpCflIliClNltIlt Assmstfmts Pr111c1pal Faculty Classes SOI7l'lOI'l10lC 11111o1 Se111o1 O1gan11at1o11s Ca1eer Day Cadet 'Ieachmg C1cat1vc W11t111gS School Yun 111 P1Ctl1ICS G1llS Sports Boxs Sports Advcrtlslng 7 4 ' Q ' ' S S S 10 ' - ll .,' . . . i H i H i i i ' ' S S SS ssoo S S S S SS S 13 S' S S S SS S oo.oo S S SS S S S SS 14 ' - 17 J ' ' Z0 ' ' 30 ' A S' S S S SS F5 Potpourri S S SSSS S SS SS SSSSSSS S S S 91 - Sf S S H H W S SS S S SS S S Q2 ' ' S S S S S SSSSSS S S S 94 1' ' ' ' f 1 S SS S S S 90 " ' ' SS SS S S S SS .S S S S S SS S lOl 3 ' S S S SSSSS S S S S S, SS S S S 109 ' . 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SS S S 'Q 0-16 .-AP" The Class of 1952 regrets that Mlss Mc Conkey who 1S known especlally for her thorough knowledge and teachmg of Span lsh and Engllsh w1ll not be wlth us after thxs year The cheery atmosphere caused by the carolmg and celebratxons of Mlss McCon key s Spanlsh classes at Chrlstmas tlme and also her wonderful proglams on Pan American Day have surely been two great assets of our school The Senlor Class gratefully dedlcates the 1952 ELSTONIAN to Mlss Frances McConkey 1n apprecxatlon of the loyal SCYVICC she has glven our school Q-:lLhIL'tIlILT1I O ...Q --.-.4 .nu lsndni 1.1. 1.s...uL f-IL. ug., -,- Jw ..r-153 41" 9' l 6 K'-ws es n P 1 '14 '5'r Qin Sluhu 111 Ill 411111.11 Across the east wall of our study hall extends this inspiring mural familiar to every student It was painted in 1925 by our own local artist Robert W Grafton who gave of his time and talent in the creation of this work of art generously assisted by the Rotary Club of Michigan City which provided the materials used This panel is an accurate representation of the area at the mouth of Trail Creek as it appeared about one hundred years ago when Michigan City was an important shipping point for commerce between the East and the Middle West and especially for northern Indiana A sand bar at the mouth of Trail Creek blocked passage to vessels larger than those shown here Over the two plank toll roads leading to town came long lines of ox carts loaded with grain to be stored temporarily in the elevators one of which can be seen near the mouth of the harbor The long meat pack mg house at the bend of the creek likewise served farmers of northern Indiana and shippers to eastern markets The almost barren dune known as Hoosier Slide was over one hun dred seventy Five feet in height It was such a striking landmark and such an unusual geological attrac- tion before it was removed for com- mercial purposes that its fame was nationwide. The Indians represent- ed were of the Pottawattomie tribe, , which still inhabited this region. This panel measures thirty-four i feet by ten feet and is painted on canvas, which is glued to the wall. The canvas and adhesive together weigh about four hundred pounds, and the efforts of ten men were re- quired to put it in place. The back- ground was started in the spring of 1925 in the artist's Chicago studio, but the canvas was finished on a huge framework in the study hall as the school was being completed. 8 S ff 9 ,?xh11II1IIL1f1LIfIL'I1I lfrlumh uf i.i1urt1l1u11 Mr Arnold Cota Mr Stanley Lauer Mrs RoLert Reppert Mr I L Freeland Mr E M Peck The prlmary duty of the Board IS formlng the pol1c1es wh1ch govern the publlc schools of Mxchlgan Cnty In addxtlon xt regulates the spendlng of tax funds for varxous ex pendxtures of the school crty It IS also entrusted w1th h1rmg teachers on the Super xntendents recommendatmon The meetm s whxch are open to the publlc are held b1 monthly Mr Eugene M Peck IS presxdent Mr Arnold Cota IS secretary Mr J L Freeland IS treasurer Durlng the y ar Mr W1ll1am Flotow replaced Mr Lauer who became a member of the Clty Coun c The Board IS alded by Mlss Alma Schllf hnanclal secretary and Mlss Glorla Kreft assxstant secretary who are responsxble for s hool employee payrolls Hnanclal reports and penslons Miss Schilf Miss Kreft 'IO Supl Fllllllllll ni Mr M L Knapp as Supermtendent of Schools Jousts w1th the many and complex problems of school admmnstratxon Hls out standmg ability as an educator and executlve ofiicer accounts ln great measure for the progress and success of our schools Mnchxgan many accomplxshments and hls bearmg such a large share of the responsxblllty for guldmg Mr M L Knapp Mr Knapp has the able secretarial asslst ance of Mrs Edward Hlbbs In addltlon to her work as secretary she handles attend ance records and the dxstrlbutlon of grade school supplles 'll the destmy of 1ts educational system Mrs Edward Hzbbs W1 Q , X X X City is proud.of his capable 'leadership, his ,49 1' S rt wr' ,..,ulY' tual Dr Reed Mxss Kemena Dr Nelle Reed and Mxss Ruth Kemena look after the physlcal well bemg of the M1Chlg3H Clty publxc schools They glVC physlcal exam1nat1ons to all boys who par tlcxpate xn sports They also gxve medlcal ald to those who become 111 whlle ln school Mlss Bess Day dlrector of guldance IS the counselor and guldance advlser for the MlChlgaH C1ty publlc schools Much pralse IS due her for her efforts ln promotmg Career Day when the hxgh school student body recelves xnformatlon and advlce from men and women representmg many professlons and occupatxons Mr Robert Bucy attendance ofhcer IS responslble for keeplng an eye on chrome ab sentees and lssulng work permits Mfss Day Mr Bucy 'I2 Al.3l3l53lillIll3 . K K k 17 k k l ' as l 5 x A xy ., ' Q " x s 1 Mr C F Humphrey ilrxnrxpnl Mr C F Humphrey prmcmpal of the semor hlgh school dxrects our educatlonal program and aCtlV1t1CS from the tlme we en ter as pages through our tramlng as squxres and until we recelve the accolade of knlght hood The student body owes much to Mr Hum phrey for h1s concern for the welfare of the students and thelr problems and for hxs con tlnued efforts ln l'I131l'1t3ll'11l'lg the high stand ards of our hlgh school Mr Humphreys secretary for the first semester was Ann Messner now Mrs Kurt Soller The second semester Mrs C F Humphrey assumed the secretarlal dutles M Humphreys prlvate secretarles also sell school supplles and serve as general counselors to students who are confronted wlth the problems of hlgh school lxfe Mxss Ann Messner Mrs C F Humphrey 1-f ' l' L ff 13 ll xrullu CTop Panel Left to R1ght1 CI1 Mxss Joanne Canary A B De Pauw Englrsh fournalrsm Pub hc Speakmg Sponsor of Black Frrars C21 Mr Garth D Cobbum B S Ball State M S Indzana U Commerczal Sponsor of Red Derbles Cheerleaders C31 Miss Wllma E Commer B S M S Indiana State Art Sponsor of Pamt Spots C41 Mxss Mlldred C Dahlberg A B Augustana B L S West ern Reserve Lrbrarzan Sponsor of Dahlrtes C51 Mr Wlllxam Gllfel B S Indrana State M S In diana U Mathematzcs Sponsor of Slrpstrclrs C61 Mrs Grace Hart B A Ohro Wesleyan M S In diana U Home Arts CSec0nd Panel1 Mlss Bermce Henry B A U of Illmors M A Northwestern Latm Englzsh Sponsor of Latm Club fr Red Cross CTh1rd Panel Left to R1ght1 CLeft1 Mrs H H Herbert B A Indzana U M A U of Chicago Socral Science Sponsor of Student Council Detention Penod CR1ght1 Mr George L Irgang Ph B U of Chicago Eng rsh CBottom Panel Left to R1ght1 C11 Mrs Florence Kelly B S Columbia U M S Indiana U Home Arts Sponsor of Fashronettes C21 Mr Ross L Kuszmaul B S Manchester College Machme Shop Sponsor of H1 Y C31 Mr Harry B Long B S Tr: State Ball State M S Indiana U Elec tnc Shop C41 Miss Mellxe Luck A B M S Indzana U English Sponsor of Thesprans C51 Mrs Bermce Mann A B Valpararso U Commercial C61 Mr Sheldon Maxey B S Indiana State M S Indiana U Wood Shop 14 I Efzzrullg CTop Panel Left to R1ght1 C1.1 Mtss Frances L McConkey B S South West Mrssourr State Spamsh English Sponsor of Pan Amerrcan League C21 Mr Delbert L Miller B E Eastern Illinois State M S Indiana U Phys1calEducat1on Coach of Track C31 Mr Palmer Myran A B St Olaf M M Northwestern Instrumental Musrc Sponsor of Dance Band C41 Mr J H Nlcholas M S In diana U Auto Shop C51 Mr Wxlllam R Nlcholson B S A B Bowling Green M A U ofM1ch1gan Socral Scrence Sponsor of Forum Club C61 Mlss Frances Sebesta B S Indrana State P E Chrca go Normal Phys1calEducat1on Sponsor of G A A CSecond Panel Left to Rrght1 CLeIt1 Mr Ralph K Sellers A B B S Indiana U Commercial CR1ght1 Mlss Goldle Shepherd B S M A Mramr U English Sponsor ot' ELSTONIAN CTh1rd Panel Left to R1ght1 CLeIt1 Mr L W Smlth A B Albion M A U of Illmors Chem rstry Mathematrcs Safety CR1ght1 Mrs Marlon G Sprague B S M A U of Illmors Soc1alSc1ence CBottom Panel Left to R1ght1 C11 Mlss Leona E Stuart A B M A Indrana U M S Butler Home Arts C21 Mr Floyd Tobrocke B A U of Illmors Draftrng C31 Mr R B Troyer A B In drana U Physics Mathematrcs C41 Mrs Jeanette Urquhart B S Indrana U M S U of Colorado Commerczal C51 Mr Harold Wegner B S U of Chicago Safety C61 Mlss Dorothea Wolfe A B Butler M A U of Wisconsin English Soc1alSc1ence Sponsor of Tr: H1 Y 'I5 t I 1 1 . , - -I . . . . . . , . ., , . ., ., , . . , . ., . , . ., , , . . . . , . ., - .. . . . , . ., . ., , . ., . , I ' 7 ' 'I I ' 'I ' , , . . . 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PERPLEXED? 16 J Qllazz-3 uf 151 54 Tl-IGSE BLOOIVIING SOl3HOMOFlESf Qllffxwzs ani! punsnrs W' ,al Row 1 Mrss Joanne Canary Terry Edwards Nancy Booth Blake Waterhouse Mr Delbert Miller Row 2 Mrs Grace Hart Mr Ralph Sellers Mr Sheldon Maxey Mrs Florence Kelly Mr Ross Kuszmaul Mrss Frances McConkey Mrs Manon Sprague Mr Floyd Tobrocke SOPHOMORE HISTORY Kmg Blake Waterhouse galloped 1nto camp to survey the newly elected kmghts of the current year Pagmg hxs two able assistants, he called for counc11sh1p wxth Lady Nancy Booth CVICC presxdentj, Slr Terry Edwards Csecretary treasurerj, and court ad vlsors M1ss Canary and Mr M111er, who assured h1m that everythmg was golng fine He was well pleased wlth the completxon of thexr quests 19 . - . t W X ?e , Y. ,M if ,M 1' K ,- . .---53321 ' h .,. sv, 5 if 1 4. ,X if W-. 'A i L6 sw' "-- ' ' Q gi' 2 fy.. 4 , . v ' ' i Y ,P , A Y , P' . r 'A ' ' my . A A an M. 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I , g, - ' f : Him SBl1ILbfP1 i-Zm11l11111111r1h Row 1 Sue Bleck Mavrs Brant Nancy Cox Baruara Stelter Bobble Burrell Suzanne Ludwrg Miss Sebesta Row 2 Ruth Frame Marzlyn Rztchre Drane Gardner Carol Dubert Karen LmdqL.1st Carol Sommerfeld Georgia Palmer Kathleen Bowker Row 3 Phyllrs Bzrgmske Bette Kopploman Grace Iliff Beverly Moon Marrlu Knudserz Mary Louise Traske Marjorie Erlers Mercedes Rose Row 4 joan Edwards Carole Lange Mary Wegner Sandy Erickson Frances Domroskr Avon Schweizer Marlene Britt Kay Stanley Eileen Pollard Claudesta Ward Row 1 Chester Schmck Glenn Brrdwell Wayne Washluske Ronnie Sheeler Dick Carlson Ronald Lachmund Row 2 Rrchard Cook Harold Harvrlle Duane Barts Bob Walk Alan Kroenmg Mr Nrch olas Row 3 Roger Wolcott Larry Maxey Melvm Krrkham George Osos johnZe1nn Stanleyjacobs Row 4 Richard Wolcott joel fohansson Roger Ottersen john Henry Stuart Glenn Row 5 Norman Saracofl Dave Greer Harold Haines Delmer Edlen Don Kabacrnslu Weldon Harvey Bob Lane 27 Q W. A -. S' ' . s- C ,f , I . . . , , . - I . . . 1 ' , , 1 . I . 1 , , , . , - Z . , , . . , . . . . I . 1 , . 4 . ' - 2 . . . , . - - - I , , , 1 . - I . , , . - 3 . . . . , . 1 I 1 1 I I Street cafes and berets are remlnxscent of the sophomore days of our hlgh school ca reers They made the settmg for the annual Sophomore Party whlch was enjoyed by all ln our own Parls for one mght Such are the occasrons we wlll always remember Au Revoxr and Wlth great pude of our achlevemcnts we contmue our march un the ladder of success I 28 ' v n y A ii ' as A I 4 Q . 4 . 'E I X' S ,fr Q S , 1 l r ff .Y ,Y V Qllwsz uf 1955 JUNIOR SNAPS CHEAP DOZEN 09 B0 1 NC, wx-XF-W' X Q5 vt mf-9" U 96 Y THE ER B suapmss ' 'Y FF vi-V9 AND AH QOOKS RED DEVIL so CH EAD 0595 OZEA7 THE THE GANG Q . ' lu Q -5 ' 13' 50 ,S E 1 T 1 AA ' 4 - ' sf 1 I X' f d QE' W ,IA - . U" I Qiffurus muh i5punsurs my-:ld 1 Row 1 Mr Nicholson Allan Lazarus Mary Drake Dick Korn Miss Luck Row 2 Mr Troyer Miss Wolfe Mr Irgang Miss Shepherd Mr Cobbum Miss Stuart Mr Grlfel JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY A year ago you came over to semor hlgh as sophomores and as sophomores you elected for your sponsors Mxss Dorothea Wolfe and Mr W1l11am Glffel who gulded you through your first year ln semor hlgh For presldent v1ce plesldent and secretary treas urer you chose Kenny Schrelber Merhth Houck and Mlckey Taylor respectlvely In your second year ln school as Jumors you grew 1n knowledge and wlllmgness to work Thls year you chose Mlss Mellle Luck and Mr Wllllam Nxcholson as your spon sors Allan Lazarus filled the part as your class presldent Dlck Korn took the place of vlce presxdent, and Mary Drake made an efhclent secretary treasurer 3l 4 1IlIIL1I'b N is Nancy Brxnckman john Brooks jean Brooks Paula Bruehlman Charles Burns Lowell Burns Joan Butts Inez Calusa Lmda Cole Loretta Collms Shrrley Congdon Pearl Cox Rrchard Dalman Robert Danderson Hazel Daniel frm Dettman Lorrarne Deutscher Marlene Dredrrch janet Drttmer Don Dombrowsky Brealon Donaldson Mary Drake Ronald Drzewleckr Bob Duesmg ik 32 Brvlan Aznsworth Davrd Allgood Elizabeth Allen Marlene Anderson john Arndt frm Arnold Nancy Ballard Ioan Barnes Bob Barr George Bartels Ruth Bartels Arnold Bass fudy Beazley Ronald Bechmskr Florence Behner Rrchard Bennett Floyd Bentley Roland Brggs Joyce Black james Bohlm Shirley Bowker loan Bowman Betty Braden Dolores Brant gf 'wtf 4 umms Bill Dynowsln Tom Eckert Nancy Edsall Patrrcla Ellaby john Forbes Donald Frageman Ruth Frlednch David Fritz Rosemary Furness Harriet Gabel Dons Gannon George Gondek Tom Gourley Marvrn Green Wrllram Greene Donald Groth Sally Hahn Edward Hall frm Hall Conme Hamrlton Carol Handtke Davzd Hapke john Hart Ioan Hatfield 33 Nancy Hathoot Dxck Haughtlngton Don Helmlren fudy Henry J Phyllis Hrleman Ioan Hinshaw Carol Hltz Roger Holem Merhth Houck Ioan Hungerford june Hut Don Iankowskr Sue fanz Nancy Johnsen Barbara Johnston Rrta furcrk Carol Karsner jackie Kalzl Sharon Kasten Darlene Kayser Barbara Kemp Elrzabeth Kemp Nedra Keppen Marilyn Kmg '-" o a J . 1 x 1' f ' uv X mf? 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V I' . 3 l , Q ,.s Dolores McBr1an Guy McCue Don McIntyre Davrd McMahon Eugene Menke Marcra Mettlen Carolyn Meyer Robert Miller Shirley Miller Kenneth Mitchell Jeanette Mrzra Don Mohamed Clarence Morris Joyce Moore Helen Nadaf Patricia Novreske Arlene Orzech Beverly Oswalt Donald Pagos Marlin Parrett Darlene Pearce Richard Peck Kenneth Pedue Fred Peglow Rrchard Klemczak Chester Kmzecrk Marian Knaak Sally Knersley Bob Kommlarek Charlotte Konkey Dick Korn Elame Kozm Tom Krentz Clarr Kuszmaul Darlene Ladd Allan Lazarus Betty Lesk Manlyn Lrndsay Dlck Llsak Norbert Losmreckr Sally Lueth Ronald Lukow Carolyn Lutz Ellaloulse Malchow Margene Marshall Lois Mason Russell Mason Shirley McAlpme ,lack Pfister Barbara Porter Rolland Preuss Carole Pritchard Dems Prybylla Lrnda Pulaski Barbara RaH'el Kenneth Ramron Howard Ramsey Robert Randhan Betty Rannre john Rrtchre Ronald Ruetz Don Schellmg joan Schlegelmzlch Elene Schnzck Kenneth Schreiber Dale Schultz Ronald Schwanke james Shadford Phyllrs Shepperson 4 IIIIILTI L1 I 1 Asad Shzkany Ted Slnbo Charles Slrsher 35 XJ Wayne Snodgrass fames Snyder Carol Sobocmsln Iudrth Sparrow Ray Stanley Wxllzam Sternborn Georgia Stemdrager Mzke Storen Loreler Storey Patricia Swearmgen LeRoy Sydow Leona Szymkowskr Barbara Tolrver Mickey Taylor Ramona Teets james Thompson Lors Thompson Wrllram Thornburg Catherine Timm Norman Tracy john Troyer jane Urquhart Norman Vaughn Tony Venzce h 7 1I1IIL'Il'5 No Pxctur es For Bradley Carmrchael Rodney Fredenburg Charles Harmon Ronald Molzan 36 W' Kenneth Voltz Ronald Warnlre Bert Waterhouse Marrlyn Weatherton Pat Werdme Norma Wesner Mary Alice White Mary Frances Whrte Sally Wrll Nancy Wrllrams Pauline Wrthrow Herbert Woodruff Charles Wright Cara Yount Barbara Zolkowskr Garry Austm 41111101 Q,L111rv,e+11L111s- Row 1 Nancy Johnsen Loreler Storey jane Urquhart Nancy Brrnckman Phyllis Shepperson Carol Handtke Carolyn Rrley Helen Nada! Inez Calusa Carol Sobocmskl Paulme Wrthrow Joyce Black Nancy Ballard Row 2 Mrss Wolfe Lors Thompson Phyllis Hrleman Betty Rannre Merhth Houck Pat Werdrne Sally Wrll Barbara Johnston Mary Drake Loretta Collrns Darlene Ladd Row 3 Marcia Meads Marlene Dredrrch Sally Hahn Marilyn Weatherton Carole Pritchard Elaine Kozm Shrrley McAlpme Barbara Porter Marcra Mettlen Mary Alrce White Nancy Wrllrams Charlotte Konkey Row 4 Elene Schmck Ioan Barnes Brvran Amsworth Ruth Friedrich lean Brooks Ioan Bowman joan Hatheld Carolyn Meyer Barbara Zolkowskr john Troyer R1chardDalman Charles Burns Row 5 Carolyn Lutz Pat Ellaby Mrke Storen Allan Lazarus Mary Frances Whrte Rrta jurcrk Rolland Preuss Chuck Slrsher Clarr Kuszmaul Row 6 Tom Gourley Sue Ianz Nedra Kep pen Roger Holem Drck Haughtrngton lack Pfister Asad Shrkany Bob Randhan When you became Jumoxs you were faced wlth the same problem that every other umor Class has been faced w1th that IS How can the necessary funds for a Prom and an ELSTONIAN be ra1sed9 Therefore hke every other class you chose to take the concesslons at games at noon and after school It took a lot of students llke those above to make tlus a successful year for the Jumors 37 " Q ' - . .1 .1 -1 i - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 . . . H , , . ,, . - 1 1 1 v ' ljuniur Ding --1 You w1ll of course remember the date November 21 1951 That was the nlght that many of you worked very hard to make It an enjoyable evenmg for your parents frxends and whoever else mlght have come to see the junlor Play whxch was CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN You w1ll remember too the tragedy of Mrs Gllbreth the mother who was to have been played by Nancy Ballard Bec use of lllness she was unable to ar tlclpate xn the play therefore Sally Breskm took the part on very short notlce CAST Mr Gllbreth Dad Herbert Woodruff Mrs Gllbreth Mother Ernestxne Frank jackxe B1 Fred Anne Lllllan Nancy Ballard Joyce Black Rolland Preuss Asad Shxkany Roger Holem Conard Parker Nedra Keppen Paullne Wxthrow Martha Carol Sobocmskn Patty Novak Younger chlldren Tommy Saunders Mrs Fltzgerald housekeeper Dr Burton joe Scales cheerleader Mxss Br1ll a teacher Larry Annes boy frlend 38 Kathy Vernler Barbara Porter Jxm Thompson John Troyer Mary Drake Davxd Allgood . . . , . , . . Y . ' . I V ' . D Y . a ' p - Dan -.....aa.,.,,.... - .....,..., Louis Ulrich ' ' -- , '11 -A-AAi-----------gvg--i-Hv-- 1 ....-......-,.-,- v--, -----UMMa-v----aa----- ' . .. iuir-'-"" . . . un--U-------hu . . , U-- 021155 uf 15112 X V' Y s 45 5 v i if 85,1 9 ,, ' ,, .3 -fs a., 53 i S' 1 3 Q 'R U , I 1 1 -U 9 Q if-m x Qffygg gag .., 1' m ' ,,. .Q I. .1 4 V , 2. i if .. L Q mf n fuk I rf- ilk x I . 4 5,9 ff V , a f lm 1 . " A ' 1 f-,fm L 32 if 7 5' , 3' g H X 'yflatiq if Fil , 3 Wf .gb Q0 1.5 E S52 -. Rx Mi 1 5 1 5" A .q 'l K , V- lkgx jf- ,t 5 E I ,Q K ,, is 'E 'U uf' K . 4, A 'll' a W -A J Qffums muh ,ygpnnsurs -41 will Row 1 Ermnolda Blamey secretary treasurer Earl Berry presrdent Pat McAIp1ne vice president Row 2 Mrs Urquhart Mr Nrcholas Mlss Commer Mr Wegner Mzss Henry Mzss Sebesta SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Our llfe at Isaac C Elston Semor Hlgh School began ln September of 1949 We were only sophomores but we knew how to have fun To prove thls fact we staged the Sopho more party Bables Bawl m the gyms on November 5 1949 Durxng our sophomore year we were under the leadershlp of Torn Rux presmdent Don South v1ce presldent and Lar ry Powell secretary treasurer Our sponsors were Mrs Jeanette Urquhart and Mr Har old Wegner Havmg become accustomed to llfe at M C H S we were just a b1t more carefree and llght healted durlng our Jumor year The hlgh polnts of our Junlor year were the Jun lor Play We Shook the Famzly Tree and the prom we staged for the gr duatlng senlors The theme we chose was Kmg Neptunes Garden Agamn our sponsors were Mrs Urqu hart and Mr Wegner, whlle our officers were Drck Saturday, presldent, Larry Powell VICC presrdent, and Pat McAlp1ne, secretary treasurer The fact that we were really graduatlng semors was lmpressed upon us rn 1952 as we gathered together each day ln the study hall for the sponsor perlod Our senlor year was a most lmpresslve one Take Care of My Lzttle Girl was presented as our Semor Play, and thrlll of all thrllls, our basketball team, coached by Dee Kohl meler, came out champs of the 1952 Sectlonal The officers chosen for our senror year were Earl Berry, presldent, Pat McAlp1ne, v1ce presrdent, and "Shorty" Blamey, secretary treasurer The dlfhcult tasks of bemg Semor class sponsors were performed to perfectlon by Mlss Wllma Commer and Mr Wegner As the days of March drsappeaxed, we, the senxors, became COHSCIOUS of the fact that soon we would be leavmg the halls of M C H S It IS our hope that the pages of the 1952 ELSTONIAN w111 brrng back fond mem or1es whenever they are pored over or consulted 41 , - - ' e a . , ,Y . . 5 f A k XKTZRK' . 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'N . . v 1 H - 4. - v as - A ' Y Svuiurs 1 a Abraham Momtor 1 .A 22525 Charles Angeledes Joanne Albertson jumor Play 2 GA A I Glee Club 1 Ray Angeledes John Allen Football Usher 2 3 Donald Ashby Jacquelme Anderson A 1 3 STONIAN 3 Red Cross I 2 Latm Club 2 junior Concess10ns2 -Xnn Averxtt Sf Play 3 Jr Play 2 Red Derbzes 3 SOPH Party I Orchestra I 2 3 Thespzansl 2 3 jr Concessrons 2 LOS Grmgosl 2 Glee Club 3 Blackfrzars I Red Cross lr Sophle Baker Barbara Balow W11l1am Barker Eugene Bartuzlk G A A 1 fr COHCQS Sr Play 3 jr Play 2 Football 2 3 Arch Basketball Usher 2 3 srons 2 1 H1 Y I 2 3 Lzvmg Org I 2 Football U her 2 3 Grmgos I 2 Red Der Track 2 Prom 2 blesl 2 3 Glee Club I 2 Ir Concess10r1s2 fr Prom2 Alt Cheer leader 3 Soph Party I 'U' L'l ' ', ' ,. G.A...2,:EL- ' 2, 3. ' - 2 ' Yeth ., . 5' - . . ' . ' ' . . :' -' ' ', ' ' Tri- '- , , ,- Los ' ' . , . 5 , ,- 42 Louis Beck Ellen Bennett GAA 12 3 Monitor Ermnolda Blamey Sr Class Secy 3, lr Play 2, Band I, 2, Stu dent Councrl 1, G A A I, Red Derbles 1, Soph Party I SLIIILTI "1 T .gs4' Velma Beck GAA 1 3 Red Der bres ff Earl Berry Sr Class Pres 3 EL STONIAN 3 Student Counc1l2 Arch L1v mg Org I 2 3 Band I23H1Y2 jrPlay 2 jr Prom 2 Soph Partyl jr Conces s1ons2 Honor Society Barbara Blocksom Sr Play 3, Red Der bzes I, 2, 3, Glee Club I, Soph Party I, fr Prom 2, Monitor I if ruce Beckman H Y I 2 3 Golf 3 Hall Patrol 2 Ir Con cessrons 2 Ir Play 2 Gloria B1e1sk1 Red Derbles 2 3 Mon :tor I 3 jr Con es sions 2 fr Prom 2 Arlene Boese Tr1H1 Y l, 3, Soph PHUY 1, fr Play 2, jr Prom 2 Betty Beebe ELSTONIAN 3 Stu dent Counc1l2 3 Tn H1 Y 3 Red Derbres 1 3 jr Concessrons 2 jr Play 2 jr Prom 2 Glee Club 1 2 G A I gn? Roger Blxler Baseball Mgr 1 3 Baseball 2 Footb ll2 Duane Bonner Forum Club 1, 2, 3, Latm Club 2, 3, A VA 2, 3, Slzpstlcks 3, jr Play 2, jr Prom 2, Scrence 0 Math Club I in Q L , ... - it W .7,,.,ki,7 A 5 f - ,A , ' -,.jwqw,f.f' -- - y vu 1- . - , : - i- , . : : I : ,- 3- : - - A , : - : - . - : ' I i. ' J - .' . I , J - .A. . e N 4, I , 9 l Q3 . . . . 1 I . - - I ' ' , J - , : 2. . 2 . , Q . C - : L , - . I - - g . . . . . : , . : - .' - I - I : - - I 3. . 501' V 3 n Svuiurs Mary Bowden Monitor 2 3 OH5ce Messenger! 2 3 Sr Play3 jr Concessions 2 fr Play2 fr Prom Barbara Brown A J Cross I 8 Marlene Coar Basketball Usher 3 Damel Bowmar Momtor 1 Barbara Buell 'J ul Norma Collms Red Derbres I 2 3 Tn H1 Y 1 2 3 Glee Club I jr Red Cross G A 2 r Con Cesszons 2 jr Prom 2 Soph Party 1 Fashion ettes I Sally Breskm Thesplans I 2 3 Sr Play 3 Red Derbtesl jr Concessrons 2 Lat rn Club 2 lt Play 2 jr Prom 2 Robert Campbell Lam I Science :Q Math 1 30 James Cook Y I 3 Robert Brooks Basketballl 2 3 Stu dent Council 3 Track joellen Chllcote Sr Play 3 GAA 1 Mary Cramblet jr Red Cross 3 Red Derbxesl 3 Sr Play 3 Glee Club I Office Messenger! Momtor t ,' . I ' " ' .. I ' : 1. 'l - rl l G-A-- If f- Rd Y' ,' ' . 5 . n D-L iv . ,, 3 2 3 - I v ' , , 5 Hi- ,. . . Q 1: .Af fgj. - I , : ' ' : . t 5 1. 44 Margaret Crook Glee Club 1 2 GA A 2 Red Derbres I Soph Party 1 jr Play 2 jr Concessions 2 fr Prom 2 Basketball Usher 3 Dons Dav1s GA A I Red Derbres SLIIILTIH Donna Cunmngham I A A Prom 2 11 inf Jerry Davxs ew 'Q' Pauline Dlckerhoif Allan Dolson Monitor I, GA A 2 Baseball Mgr I, 2, 3, Football Mgr 1, 2, 3, Arch Living Org 1, 2. 3, Sr Play 3, Soph Party I Luann Curry Red Derbresl 2 3 ELSTONIAN 3 Tr: H1 Y 1 2 3 Dahlltes 1 2 3 Student Coun czl I jr Concessions 2 jr Prom 2 and Steve Delaney Football I 2 3 Stu dent Council 3 Bas all 1 2 3 H1 Donald Drake Hall Patrol I, 3, Foot ball I, 2,3, Baseball 2, 3, Basketball I Donald Dabbert Football Usher3 Bas ketball Usher 3 ou- Rlchard Delco ' Wad' Carole Dreske Red Derbres 3, Sr Play 3, jr Prom 2 . . , ... A .. - l 4 Q , 5.4 i H I , , 5125? " f' A lisp . .E A Q.. 14, wer' , ,'. . . . Art gG...1gIr. ' , , 'g ,- : : - U : 1 - . : ,- - . , : : . : .D , .' U - . 5 ,' . . : . . 'V ,U . . . 5 ' , ' 5 - 1. ' , - lcetb , , 5 '-Y l, 2. 45 Dorothy Eberly Los Gnngosl 2 Mon r l G A A Carl Elhson Glee Club Z 3 Golf I 2 3 Football Usher Soph Party I Phyllxs Fogus Ofhce Messenger3 Sr ay 3 GAA I Jr Play 2 Svuiurs if George Edwards Football 2 3 Sr Play 3 Arch Llvmg Org 2 3 Track 2 Laurie Esmoer Arch Llvmg Org 2 3 Patrlcla Ford jr Red Cross 2 3 Gee Club I 2 3 S Play3 GAA I Mon :tor I Red Derb1es 1 Soph Party I jr Con cesszons 2 jr Prom 2 Robert Edwards Glee Club 2 3 Foot ball Usher 3 Soph Party I Robert Farrell Los Grmgosl 2 Base ball I Hall Patrol l dent Council 2 Frank Forney Gee Club 2 3 Play 3 Robert Ellis Harold Fogus Sr Play 3 Paul Foss ito 5 . . F : . , i . I ,: - , I ,, xv ' : , 1 - - , . : 1 1 I - - Sr. Play 35 Hi-Y lg 2,' Soph Party If Stu- N-? A D 5, ' A x ,' . . , ,' l , ,- Sr. Pl ,' . . . , 2,' l , ,- r. . 46 SLIIILTI H Dudley Foster joan Froehlke Arch Lrvmg Org 2 3 Norma Grll Senior Play 3 GA A 1 2 3 Red Derb1es3 Momtorl jr Conces sions 2 Soph Party 2 Glee Club 3 ames Grxmes ELSTONIAN3 Cheer leader 3 lr Play 2 Thesplans 2 3 Red rbxes I 2 Prom 2 jr Conces s1ons2 Blackt'r1ars2 Office Messenger I Student Council I Sr Play 3 Latm Club 2 Monztor I Red Cross I Soph Party! Foot bal 1 Sharon Greene GAA I jr Conces szons 2 Rxchard Grrng Band I 2 Orchestra I Football 2 jr Prom 2 Track 3 Dlane Gandy Glee Club I Los Grm g s I 2 Thomas Greene gp 1 if Jr v -ry Florence Nowfel jr Red Cross I 2 Natahe Gembara GAA I 2 3 jr Prom Form Clubl 2 3 Hall Patrol I 2 3 Band I H 3 Derbles 1 2 La IH Club 2 Momtor 2 ELSTONIAN 3 Foot bal I Jack Harrxs ELSTONIAN 3 Arch Living Org 3 fr Red Cross 3 Q .x . U' 1? u 1 , l 0 , . 1 - Z.. - l , ' l . if Q vi, fl X , . 'V 3 by f l James Griffin ,. 1 ' M, ani ,'Red .' I ' , gh t' l . i - N, Q' ,i W' Qi A A if -I . - . De ' , l, 35 fr. I D ' '1 . " ' 47 fl Jane Harris Orchestra I 2 3 Tr: H Y I 2 La n Club 2 Sr Play 3 e Cross 2 jr Conces sions 2 Soph Party I Color Bearer 3 Mlchael Hxggms Student Council 2 3 Hall Patrol 2 3 Illon 1tor2 3 Forum 2 fr Concessions 2 Frank Honyak 35111111121 Marxlyn Hellman Momtor2 3 RedDer bzes 3 Rxchard Hlllmann Madge Houck Football I, Arch Liv Tr1H1 Y I, 2, 3, Glee mg Org 2, jr Prom? Club I, 3, Office Mes senger I jr Covces sions 2, Red Derblesl Barbara Helms Cheerleader 3 EL STONIAN 3 Tr1H1 Y I 3 Student Coun Derbles I 3 Black fnars I Glee Club 1 Soph Party I Rlchard Hmes Red Cross 3 Safety Patrol 3 Monitor 2 Carol Hullmgs Sr Play 3, GA A 2, 3, jr Concessions 2, jr Prom 2, jr Play 2, Momtor 2, Red Derbxes 2, 3 Carole Henckel ELSTONIAN 3 S Play3 jr Concessmns 2 Tn H1 Y I La m Soph Party I Basket ball Usher 3 it John Hoffmaster Football 2 Nola Hunsley H1 0 A x .... 3 ' ffpff if . , V A . , ,' - . ." - .' I 5 : I f. I- , ,' ti ' . 5 - - 5 '. . 1, .' . ,' R d , j - ,' - - 1 I Derbies I,' jr. Red cil 3,' Sr. Play 35 Red Club 2,' G.A.A. u 1,' ' , . , K Y ea ' 48 Seulzuw Ann Hunter Arthur Johnson Glee Club I Track 1 2 Jerry Jones H Y I 2 3 B a k fnars 2 jr Conces sions 2 Richard Keene Forum Club I, 3, Science cf' Math Club I ai. Anthony Joseph B nd I 2 3 Dan e Band 1 3 Sr Play 3 Student Councxl Hall Patrol 2 Otches tr I lr Play 2 r Prom 2 Soph Party I if Jerome Kessler H1 Y 2, 3, Momtor 3, Sr Play 3, Red Czoss 1, Forum 2, Red Der bles 2, jr Conces sions 2 Sally Johnson Glee Club 3 Sr Play Barbara Jost Majorette I Donald K11l Band I, 2, 3, Dance Band 3, Student Coun c1I3, Sr Play 3, Or chestra 1, Soph Party I, Ir Prom 2 Darlene Jones Paint Spots 3 Red Derbles 3 Robert Kaser Monitor 3 Office Mes senger 3 jr Conces slons 2 Red Dermes " Joyce Kmtzele Red Derbzes 3, EL STONIAN 3, Sr Play 3, GAA 3 W. O . 5 ' " fQ -. 93 A ag. f ' ' 1 .,, V ' i ,A I wx , 'f-l . , . 3 4? 3 , . ff ,J . I . 3. ' J ' . 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' M '9' 3 . . . : '- '- ,- Te ' , , ,- EL- . 1 , ,- : '- , 1. : . ,3- 50 Marlene Lubs Red Derbres 2 3 It Concessrons 2 j Prom 2 it YT Aurle Marszalek Monitor 2 3 GAA 3 Red Derbies 2 3 Sr Play3 Jr Conces sions 2 Carol Mason Red Derbles 2 Stu dent Counc1l2 3 Tn H1Y2 3 Sr Play3 Pam! Spots 3 Suum H 3 E1Raye Lucas jr Concessions 2 jr Play 2 jr Prom 2 Glee Club 3 ames Martm Patrlcla McA1p1ne Natl Honor Society 3 Vice Pres Sr Class Sec Ir Class 2 Or chestra I 2 J Latn Clubl 2 Sr Play 3 Ir Play 2 jr Con cessrons 2, jr Prom 2, Alt Cheerleader 3, Soph Party I, Red Derbies 3, Color Bear er 3 Isabella Malm 1? Thomas Martin B nd 2 3 H1 Y 2 3 Thespxans 2 J Dance Band 2 3 lr Conces sions 2 Ir Play 2 It Prom 2 Karen Manthey GAA 2 3 Red Der bzes 3 iw Y nf" W1ll1am Martm Footb ll Mgr 3 Mon :tor I ames McConnell Phyllls McInt1re GAA 2 3 Sr Pay 3 fr Prom 2 jr Play 2 Red Derbzes 2 3 Tr: H1 Y 2 Glee Club vu Q . N ' ' ' W ' ' 7 . , ,y 5, : ,ga ef Q ,aw ' 1 - -di V Q ' . - I 1 . : . . ' ,- . 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Tn H1 Y1 2 Gee Club 1 2 Prom 2 Pamela Peters IAN 3 Basketball Usher 3 Monitor 2 3 GA A 2 Larry Powell Sr Play 3 Vrce Pres jr Class 2 Thesprans I 2 3 Student Coun crl 3 H1 Y I 2 Latm Clu I 2 Forum 1 jr Concessions 2 fr Prom 2 Glee Club 2 Monitor I AVA I Red Derbres 1 Soph Party I Scrence :Q Math Club I .X . ' I - - . ,' .l I - A..1, , 1 I Defi ' I , - . - : 'fri ,gg l Student Council 2. Basketball 2, 3. H311 Patrol 2, 35 Bas- Tri-Hi-Y 3: ELSTQN- 2. ' . . . '. ' i V11 I lit! 1 ,' . I : i J, . Ii., I.. 3 - ' : , - , I b' , - : Y I : 53 Svniurs Dale Rabe Carolyn Rrley fl H1 Y I 3 G ee Club I 3 Momtor 3 jr COHCESSIOHS 3 jr Play 3 Lat1n Club I Ollice Messenger 3 Soph Party I oan Rosmskx Red Derb1es I 2 3 Soph Party I jr Con CCSSIOHS 2 Earl Radke Hal Patrol I 2 3 S1lDSflCkS 2 3 Foot I 2 3 Sr P 3 Basketball Usher 3 jr Prom 2 Q! Y-7' Elalne Rmehart Mon1tor 2 3 Tr1 H1 A A 2 Play 3 Student Coun C112 jr COHCESSIOHS 2 jr Prom? jr Play 2 Red Derb1es I 3 Soph Party I Robert Rudmck Arch LlVlHg Org 2 3 Phyllts Ramxon GAA 3 fr Conces SIOHS 2 Mon1tor I jr Play 2 Caryl Rltchey Cheerleader2 3 Thes p1ans 2 3 Tr1 H1 Y I 2 3 Los Gnngos I 2 Sr Play 3 Ir Play 2 Red Derb1es 1 2 3 Blackfnars l Student COUHCII I jr Prom 2 if Thomas Rux Basketball Pres Soph Class I Student COUHCII l 2 3 MOHl10f2 3 Base b 2 3 H1 Y I 54 jean Rhoda D3hlIf6S I 2 3 Tr1 Y I STONIAN 3 Red Derb1es 2 3 fr Prom 2 jr Concesslons 2 Soph Party I Honor Soc1ety 3 0? arbara Rohde G A 2 3 Red Der bl6S 2 fr Prom 2 fr Red Cross 2 John Sadenwater jr Red Cross 3 Glee Club I Basketball I Golf I 1 , . : - - - : - - ' , , : '- ' ' , 5 - ' ,' ' 5 . Hi- , 2, 3,' EL- ball , , 5 . lay . . 5 ,H If . . . . B T'-'- .:,1 ' '-'- ,: - .A..,g - . I I Y 3: G. . . 1, g Sr. ' , 5 . '- '- , ' 5 , 5 . Q 4 1 - ' . , : . ' ' . , , 1, 2, 3: . 5 all , 5 ' , - Antomette S3-ICWSkl GAA 12 3 Sr Play 3 fr Play2 jr Prom W4 Robert Schlundt Hall Pa trol I 3 fr Concesslons 2 L05 Grmgos 2 " 53tf'W" Vlrgxl Shewbart Red Derbres 3 H1 Y1 PIIIUFS Ina Salmassy GA A 3 Glee Club I Red Derbres 1 2 3 Soph Party 1 jr Prom Marjorle Schultz Dalzlrtes 2 3 Glee Club l 2 3 Red Der bres 2 3 Fashronettes 2 fr Prom 2 fr Play 2 Ir Concessrons 2 Vt? f Sw a.,q' Donald Shxparskl Football I 2 3 Bas ketball I Soph Party '-N4 5. Rlchard Saturday Y I 2 3 Band 2 3 Dance Band 3 Pres jr Class 2 Brass Clzozrl Soph Party I Orchestra 1 Robert Schultz Slrpstrcks 3 Sr Play 3 Bandl Ir Conces sions 2 Vxrgmla Shon Sr Play 3 Latin Club T 1 Student Counc1l3 Glee Cub I 2 Red er bles 1 2 Soph Party Thespxans 3 Prom 2 jr Conces szons 2 jr Red Cross Sonya Lee Sawaya ELSTONIAN 3 Tn H1Y12 3 RedDer bles2 Dahlltesl 2 3 omtor I 2 3 clzestra I Soph Party I fr Concessions 2 Ir Play 2 jr Prom Tlzespxans 2 3 Forum 3 ff?- Wayne Sheblosky H1 Y I Baseball I 3 Basketball Mgr I J Football! 2 M1r1am Sleb Art Club 2 fr C n cesslons 2 GA A 3 Red Derbles 3 . . Jig y .H I - 2 ,V Vw . M p , l S Qza'Sal,,.pg-, A .. aiiyggiifipggz . - Q15 33, zaifggtg . K , A 5 Hi-,,,- 1, ,L 2 ' ' " ' I I I 1 I l - : : M , . .' Or- . 5 . : . P : . .5 . 2: . : ' .3 S ,M A, 2 , ' - A - - ' is . ' : ' . I f . l .' . -- ,' , 2, . 1' ' f . I . - ,' . - 1 , , ' , .- - - 2, f . ,3. 1 - 1 . 6 s . M' ' "',::a.i'1fP I 1 3 " lgfl! I 2, 3,' r-H1-Y 2. 3: ' : . l b : I . 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Pl ' ,' '- . ,3: Nancy Swanson June Thompson bles 3 Paint Spots 3 fr Prom 2 Seniors ln Ronald Swanson Mary Thomas Go I 2 Latm Club2 3 Black frzars 2 Sr Play 3 ELSTONIAN3 Ollice Messenger I Frank Trunk Clara Turner Play 3 Thomas Warren Carol Webster john Wendt Football 2 Track 2 Student Councxl I 2 Safety Patrol 3 Mon G A 2 3 If H :tor 3 Football 3 cessrons 2 Ir Prom 2 Momtor I 57 James Thompson Thesplans 2 3 S Playj' jr Play 2 Ir Prom 2 Rxchard Urbanskx Caxol Wenzel Red Derbxes 2 3 Tn H1 Y 3 M I , , I + lx W lf , . ' , Q - ' , 5 r. Sr. Play 3-5 Red Der- Hall Patrol 2. Tri-Hi-Y I. 2. 3,' Sr. jr. Concessions 2. , . .ADI . I I l 602 . : , ' ' .- ' l , - Sgrniurs Edward Werner Mary Westberg Holhs White Footballl 2 3 Mon r 3 Track I 2 Basketball I 2 I Prom 2 Glee Club I 2 3 Dah lltes 2 3 Red Derbles 2 3 Tr1H1Y2 3 jr Concess1ons2 jr Play 2 fr Prom2 Fashion ettes 2 3 ELSTON IAN 3 Sr Play 3 The-sprans 3 Norman Wxlson ketball Usher 3 j Prom 2 Baseball I Carl Zeese Football 2 3 Track 2 3 Monitor Student Counc1l3 Bas ketball Usber 3 Bas ketballl 2 Ir Con cessrons 2 Gaylen Wolford ball 2 fr Play 2 Raymond Wozmak cessrons 3 Charles Zleglex Delorls Zollman Sr Play.: jr Conces sions 2 jack Wllson Football 1 2 3 Track 2 3 Basket a Usher 3 Basketball I 2 Monitor 2 Joan Wrobleskr Derbres 2 3 Ir Con cessrons 2 Aaron Zygmantowsk1 No Pictures For Servlce Men Graduatlng Margxe Caddo LeRoy Coburn Clarence Garbe Lawrence R Gxll Davxd Wold Harold Pearson Henry Wolford Wlllard L Sxnk 58 ito : 1 n Q, . , , : I n , A ' ,1, . :nl n n b , g r. , .' '- '- , ,- . : , dv Football l, 2, 35 Bas- Hall Patrol If Basket- Saph Party I,' Jr. Con- Monitor 1, 2, 3: Red 5 r. ,' . . . ' , 5 . - YY V sv! 1, , np , 35 'l . I I . I . . PROM occonnnons come UP ' PLACES, Evsnvaoov ' l Jusr ABOUT rams:-neo ' The long awaited evening of May 1 1951 had finally arrlved As the dancers entered the ballroom of Barker Hall thelr eyes feasted upon the gay sea horses and frollcklng fish which helped carry out the theme of Kmg Neptune s Garden The entertamment provided by the versatile Juniors charmed the onlookers and made the Prom an occaslon to be remembered STRAIGHT FROM BROADWAY I KING NEPTUNE REIGNS SUPREME 59 M , My I , Q 5 I 1 . . . - , . . ,, . , ,, . ,,, ,I , L Gales QZIIFL' QD O I I YN 4' 0 9 LET moss names PLAY f '74 O C '4- 64 6' 60 IT iflitlv Cl5irl W ,,,,m,,,,..,, V . The final choxce of the play xeadrng commlttee TAKE CARE OF MY LITTLE GIRL was presented March 7 1952 on the stage of the jumor I-hgh Audltorxum The part of Lxz Ericson was ably played by Marxlyn Pohte Other succes ful performances were given by Larry Powell Phyllis Mlller Vlrgmla Shon Joyce Klntzele Carole Henc kel 1m Thompson Mary Westberg Sally Breskm and Carole Dreske The Semor Play of 1952 directed by Mlss Goldle Shepherd was a huge success Mrs Bellows Grace Baker Mother Apple Merry Matthews Thelma Wmters Justme Polly Casey Reynolds .............. Dallas Scott ................. Marge Colby ..........,..-,, Alice Caldwell - The Cast Phyllxs Miller Ann Averutt Carol Mason Vrrgmla Shon Norma Gull Phyllis Mclntlre Barbara Balow -- Sally Breskm - Carole Dreske Mary Westberg Loretta Neulieb Marie Anderson ............... Carol Hullings Adelaide Swanson - Joyce Kintzele Luz Erxcson Becky Stone joe Fallon Marrlyn une Ruth Sam Marxlyn Polxte Carole Henckel jrm Thompson Barbara Blocksom June Thompson Mary Carol Cramblet Bob Strawbrldge Chad Carnes ...........s ..... - -- Larry Powell Expressman ........................ Don Kill Frank Forney Bob Edwards Serenaders ------------------ Tony Joseph Charles Ziegler Earl Berry Lula Abraham As unassumung as a l1ttle mouse Joanne Albertson For she us just the quxet kmd whose nature never varles Jack Allen One swell kud' Jackue Anderson Now where dud I leave my gym shoes? Charles Angeledes Men of few words are the best men Ray Angeledes Blessungs on thee luttle man Don Ashby Worth makes the man Ann Averntt If sulence were golden what a pauper I d be SOphlC Baker Calm as can be Bobble Balow A neat sweet smart gurl B111 Barker Descrube h1m uf you can Eugene Bartuzuk He us a boy so very meek even hlS shoes refuse to squeak Lou1s Beck Hotrod happy Velma Beck Athletuc young lady Bruce Beckman All great men are dymg I dont feel so well myself Betty Beebe Her wonderful home for partues Ellen Bennett Bubblxng over wuth vutaluty Earl Berry A swell guy our presudent Glorua Buelskx School IS Just a pastume Rog Blxler Cant Help Lov1n Dat Man Shorty Blamey Anythung but lonesome Barb Blocksom Why waste tume on educa tuon? Arlene Boese Quute busy and very capable Duane Bonner A sulent unassumung man us he full of ungenuuty Ma y Bowden Blessed wuth charm and a certaunty to please Dan Bowmar Just a bashful 111 boy Sally Breskun I choose the stage a subject faur and free Bob Brooks What more could we ask for? Barbara Brown Far from the wlles of the c1ty Barbara Buell Neuther rashly nor t1m1dly Margle Caddo Kundly un dusposutuon Bob Campbell Women bah but gur s' Joellen Chulcote Never a dull moment Marlene Coar Full of the dlckens Norma Collms Those who know her best prause her most Jlm Cook I remember a mess of thungs but undustunctly Mary Cramblet Carefree as the day us long Margaret Crook A maud wuth a mund' Donna Cunnungham She loveth pleasure Luann Curry Spuce un her speech Don Dabbert Oh ut s a Bonme day today Dorus Davus Raven tresses Jerry Davus Walkung unsomnua Steve Delaney There s more to be told than here can be saud Ruchard Delco Slow but sure Paulune Duckerhoff The faur the chaste the unexpressuve she A1 Dolson Now and then thus man of wut wull condescend to talk a b1t Don Drake A man born for actuon Carole Dreske The gurl wuth the cute clothes Dorothy Eberly She hath a quuet sweetness George Edwards He has common sense 1n a way that us uncommon Bob Edwards He wears a lean and hungry oo Bob Ellus Marrxage us wonderful' Carl Ell1son He swungs a mean club Laurxe Esmoer For he s a jolly good fellow' 01111111111 Ulm 5111111111 lm Bob Farrell He leaves a tra11 of broken hearts' Harold Fogus Modest unpretentuous one merry tho and full of fun Phyllus Fogus A warm fruend and ln fun a good scout Pat bord There a Ford un your future Frank Forney Man wuth a vouce Paul Foss Why was I made so small? Dudley Foster One of the boys Joan Froehlke She s always there Duane Gandy Sophustucated lady Clarence Garbe Heugh ho Sulver' Natalue Gembara Not to be overlooked Norma Gxll Anythung goes Sharon Greene G1rl of my Dreams Tom Greene Fruendly but a luttle on the bashful sude 1m Grufhn speaks Jum Gr1mes cute Duck Grung Jack Harrus o Jane Harrus cheer up and get dumples Marulyn Hellman Red haxr and freckles Barb Helms Made for modelung Carole Henckel She us proof that Good thmgs come un small packages Muke Hugguns A regular unformatuon bureau Dlck Hullmann Tus only noble to be good Ruchard Hunes Has no tume for gurls or fame a mere duploma us hus aum What hus heart thunks hlS tongue Clever casual and pretty darn Love us a wonderful thung Dont let the luttle blondes e1 Never worry and get wrunkles John Hoffmaster A smule for every boy and two for every gurl Frank Honyak Why talk when you can s ten? Madlzule Houck Shes lxttle but how we love er' Carol Hullungs Sweet Sue Nola Hunsley Trouble or not she goes rught on workung Ann Hunter Perseverance personlfuedl Arthur Johnson Hus manner us amucable Sally Johnson Ooh these blondes' Darlene Jones Doesn t start a Job unless she can finush ut Jerry Jones Now here us a versatlle young man Tony Joseph Musuc Maestro Please Barb Jost A gurl who has red haur wull have red haur untul she dyes Bob Kaser There must be some hard work un me cause none of ut ever came out Duck Keene Ambutuon has no rest Jerry Kessler Always has a Joke Don Kull Although he has much wlt he very shy at usung ut Joyce K1ntzele Keeps her sunny sude up Loretta Koehler As many vurtues as spokes 1n a wheel Joan Koz1olek Gettxng fun out of lufe Glorua Krause Boys send me but I dont know where Bull Krxesel Hurry makes worry why wor ry? Paul Kuch1k What does educatuon get you anyhow? Glorxa Kuskowsk1 Her heart us lught her cares are few Elbert Ladd We never hear much about E1 bert ,-Q- 1 1 1 '11 I ' 1- , 1 -1 1 4. - 1- ,, ' 11 1 - 11 ' 11 11 H . . . U . T 'g 1 1 . - 1, 1 11 11 1 11 - 11 ' ' ... . 1 , - 1 11 - 11 11 1 11 ' H 11 11 - - 11 ,, 11 11 11 - ' 11 11 11 , , H , 11 11 11 1 11 . H . ' . .1 - - 11 1 Y - . 1 1, 11 1 - 11 1 ' ' 1 ' . H ,, . 11 11 - 11 f 11 ' 11 ' H i 1 1 - . M . . . ,, 11 - 11 - 11 - 11 ' ' .1 , , - 11 - 11 ' 11 11 - - 11 ' ' ' -' . Y 1 11 - 11 11 11 - - - 11 ' . T 1 1 1 11 11 U . ,, - - 11 ' ' 11 11 - - - 1 11 ' 11 1 ' g 1. 11 ' 11 '11 T , . y U. - . . . H . . . ,, - 1. 1 . T 1 ' 11 1 ' 7 11 ' U 11 ' H ' H ' U 11 1 11 - 11 - 11 11 - 1 11 - 11 ' ' ' H H . . . - - 1 11 ' ' 11 - - 11 - - 11 1 ' 11 1 - ' F N . . . U . . A T 1 . ,, . . . . ,, 11 ' 1 'H U ' - 11 - ' rv i ' 11 1 . ,, . . - 1, - 11 11 11 11 - ' 11 1 - - 11 11 11 - - - 11 ' H I' . U . . . . . ,, 11 - 1 . 1 11 ' H ' U - , - 1 . . 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U . . . - , ' 11 1 - 11 11 ' 11 - 11 11 ' 11 1 ' 11 11 4 lrulmtt Stmut Dale Lantz I cant get everyone m my car' Don Lasky Tsk tsk these reckless drxvers' Nancy Lee Queen of the keyboard Neal Lee Its nice to be natural when you re naturally mce Wnllard Long Lxghtlng three cigarettes on a match lsn t unlucky xt s unlnkely Marlene Lubs If there s a man near she can find h1m ElRaye Lucas Isabella Malm Karen Manthey A rare compound of fun and frolxc Aurle Marszalek A pleaslng countenance IS no shght advantage jlm Martm Intelllgence ln the flesh Tom Martm Forget about hmm glrls Bull Martm Shxp ahoy sallor boy' Carol Mason Wert thou not shy once? Pat McAlp1ne That candld look IS most d1s armmg Jlfil McConnell A mlghty man IS he Phyllls Mclntlre The glrl IS wltty Russ McKee Oh so tall' Marcxa Meads Qulet but xmpressxve jerry Mexlstrup Clarxce Meyer last n1ght7 Crelg Mxller I m naturally a bashful guy' Jerry Muller Phylhs Mlller not to yxeld Ray Mohnssen I toot the horn m the band Margaret Nadaf Belleves ln havmg fun All that a g1rl should be Handy w1th a racket Oh gxrls did I tell you about Nobody would belxeve lt but Burrhead To strlve to seek to find and Modest s1mple and sweet her fmger Wanda Nlckell away Jnm Nxeman Three stones hugh Florence Nowfel Ill never love lf I can help lt' Rae Nussman Small but mlghty Jerome Ofcharchak I try hard so Ill get along Shxrley Orzech Danger look out' Gerry Ottersen A merry heart has she Don Pawllk Women are the least of my wor nes Ball Penfold He s a shy guy' Ed Peters He comes to school to learn Pam Peters Her heart belongs to Bobby Mary Petroff There IS trust and frxendlxness nn her Tom Phske I ll make an excellent bachelor Marilyn Pohte Lowly Lnz Erxcson Larry Powell You Call Everybody Darlm Dale Rabe I m not ln the class of common men Earl Radke Good sense and good nature are never separated Phyllxs Ramlon She s lovely she s engaged s e Jean Rhoda A mxghty sweet gal wnth a mxghty sweet personallty Carolyn Rxley Wlth a Song m Her Heart Elame Rlnehart A frlendly heart wlth many friends Caryl Rltchey C mon now yell xt' Louder' Barbara Rohde Oh lady whos responsxble for that faraway look m your eye? Ioan Rosmskl Her presence lends xts warmth Robert Rudmck All Jokes aslde I m a sernous SUS' Who could look and turn Tom Rux Once I was bashful and shy now I m a dangerous guy' john Sadenwater Man wxth a Uke Tony SBJCWSKI That gxrl bowls' Ina Mae Salmassy LaPorte fan Drck Saturday Young Man wxth a Horn Sonya Lee Sawaya Her laugh makes others laugh wtth her Bob Schlundt Hls heart ns for the ladies Margie Schultz A sweet bundle of sunshme Bob Schultz As proper a man as one could see Wayne Sheblosky Id ask you but I m bash u Vxrgnl Shewbart When fun and study clash let study go to smash Shxp Shxparskr Thou art a man' Glnny Shon Llttle but lxke an elf lmpxsh Mlrxam Sleb She IS neat she rs sweet from her head to her feet Eumce Smlth She says but llttle and says that well Jeanne Smxth Qulet unruffled always the same Don South He s not so shy' Pat Spnvey You and your beautxful eyes Kathy Sprague There IS no hvmg wlth her or wxthout her Charles Standlford Bullt for comfort but not for speed Kay Stlbbe Composure ns thy charm Elxzabeth Stlller The dalsy for slmplxclty and unaffected a1r james Strakowskl So shy so shy we wonder why Bob Strawbrndge Poker IS hxs specxalnty Drane Studer A quiet seeker after knowl edge Nancy Swanson Spoken for Ronme Swanson Man about town Mary Thomas To be exclted at nothmg j1mSThompson Im Strxctly on the Corny lde june Thompson Talklng mcessantly thunk mg occaslonally Frank Trunk I never trouble trouble t1l trouble troubles me Clara Turner Take note fellas Dlck Urbanskl Every man has hxs devllxsh moments Tom Warren A good man s hard to find Carol Webster A smlle goes a long way lohn Wendt Industrnous semor Carol Wenzel Enjoys lxfe 1n a quxet manner Ed Werner A man of mches and every mch a man Mary Westberg To see her ns to love her Hollls Whlte Ho hum what IS thxs thmg called love? jack Wllson You ve gotta be a football hero' Norm Wllson Llfe IS too short for loglc Davxd Wold Sharp natural but never flat Gaylen Wolford Stocky dark and handsome Henry Wolford Oh Henry' Ray Woznlak The strong sllent type Joan Wrobleskn Oh theres a love m my 1 e Carl Zeeze He IS gentle he xs shy but there s mxschxef 1n hxs eye Chuck Zlegler Today I am a man Delorls Zollman Rather to be laughmg than to be slghmg Aaron Zygmantowskn Bxg name 111 oy I 0 '. . 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AX xx , Dy X Row 1 Larry Powell Caryl Ritchey Ann Aventt Rolland Preuss Row 2 Joyce Black Sonya Saw aya Nedra Keppen Carol Soboclnskz Miss Luck Row 3 Herb Woodruff Tom Marun frm Gnmes john Troyer Constance Hamilton The actors who make up Thespxans sponsored by Mlss Mellle Luck are chosen by po1nts for thexr actmg ablllty and stage productlon work The officers for the first and second semesters were presldents Sally Bresk1n and JIITI Thompson vlce presxdents Jlm Thompson and Larry Powell and secre tary treasurers Caryl R1tchey and JIITI Grlmes respectlvely 66 : . ' , ' . - I - ' , , , . : . . ,I fm X f. .br II ' Z E' Il je I , IL ' f r 1 . X uf . T V 1 y Z ' I 1 l Z .. - ' . . , . I I N- Blackfriars must have a major role in two one-act plays and various types of stage productions to become a member of Thespians. Besides acting, they learn about prompting, stage management, costuming, make-up, properties, and all backstage work. Officers of the year, who worked un- der the direction of Miss Canary, were Emery Rhett, presidentg Darlene Mahlka, vice-president: and Margaret Larson, sec- retary-treasurer. aflqhta. dctwn, land Barbara Carmrchael Darlene Mahllca Pat Slaughter Dana Wagner Helen Nadal Row 2 George Baranowsln Sue Rhoda Phrllls Bohnstadt Marrlyn Gregory Marilyn Lrndsay june Hut Carol Sobocmsln Ros: Leeds Carol Mason Bill Papmeau Miss Canary Row 3 Rose Linde Sandy Ferguson fama Martin Mary Thomas Blair Purcell Terry Edwards Don Shedrow Emery Rhett Florence Brmckman Mrckey Taylor Pat Werdme 67 4 u v ' n , I I ' ' m X f Row 1: Nancy Booth, Sally Holston, Margaret Larson, Esther Richter, Diana Miller, Ivern Want- 'fxfx Row 1 Wllham Pohl Sonya Lee Sawaya Mr Nrcholson Ros: Leeds Paul Russell Row 2 Duane Bonner Mxke Hrggms Robert Danderson jim Griffin john Troyer Dxck Keene Howard Ramsey Fredenck Weiss I Jfmrzdnm, nf, 5p.e.e,d1, The affalrs of state whxch prove mter estmg enough to be dlscussed are the or der of the day at a regular Forum Club meetmg Those who led the groups through the year were presldent 11m Grlffm v1ce president Rosl Leeds and secretary treas urer Sonya Lee Sawaya Mr N1cho1son was the sponsor 68 V ' f 4 1 ve' V ! . , . . -' - : , . . 1 , .1 . 1 , H , n 1 Q 1 y 1 l . gl I-1 ll ll rf i s 1 ' 1 ' ' , . . A few selected semors who were mter ested 1n the pubhcatlon of a 1952 EL STONIAN wofked under the dxrectxon of Mlss Goldle Shepherd to plesent to you the students of M C H S thls book Spe c1al mentlon goes to Allan Dolson who dnd the lettermg for snapshot pages Earl Berry was chosen to do the work of edltor ln Chlef and before we were half way through thls pubhcatlon we knew that we had chosen well The other capable staff members were the followmg Faculty Edltor Mary Westberg Senior Class Edntors Marrlyn Polzte Pam Peters jumor Llass Ed 1tor Loretta Neulreb Sophomore Class Edltor Carole Henckel Actnvltles Edltors Sonya Lee Saw aya Luann Curry jean Rhoda Grrls Sports Edxtor jackre Anderson Boys Sports Edltor jack Har IS Art Edltor frm Grimes Feature Edltor Jim Grrflin Staff Photographer foyce Kmtzele Busl ness Manager Neal Lee Clrculatlon Manager Betty Beebe Advertlsmg Manager Geraldme Otter son Asslstant Advertlslng Manager Marg ret Nada! Make up Ed1t0fS Barbara Helms Mary Thomas Cblul- KUIUI- Kew 41 PSN Row 1 Ioyce Kmtzele Margaret Nadaf Carole Henckel Luann Curry Loretta Neulreb Row 2 Miss Shepherd Pam Peters jackie Anderson Marrlyn Pollte jean Rhoda Betty Beebe Mary Thom as Geraldme Ottersen Row 3 Sonya Lee Sawaya jack Harris frm Grimes Earl Berry Neal Lee Mary Westberg Not m pxcture Barbara Helms 69 4,33 nl? .1 S? i nv' J Row 1 Milton Dabagra Richard Kamalo Clarr Kuszmaul jack Phster Dick Dalman john Troyer Rob Rinehart Dick Saturday Row 2 George Gondek frm Grrlhn Conard Parker Bill Smith frm Vollmar Dick Bennett Ray Stanley james Cook Eddie Lubs Bruce Beckman Row 3 Tom Martin Dan Bowmar Larry Powell Rolland Preuss Neal Lee jerry jones Wayne Sheblosky Bob Straw brrdge jerry Kessler Mr Kuszmaul ,QL you, want, fo lm. bn, ifuufwnnfhy, The H1 Ys purpose IS to create mam tam and extend thloughout the school and commumty hrgh standards of Chrls tran character Hx Y trles to help the commumty and stlll provlde entertalnment for the stu dents Mr Ross Kuszmaul IS the sponsor wlth Tom Martm, presldent, Dlck Saturday, v1ce presldent, Jerry Kessler, secretary 70 vq, H 6' fe 1 4 ' -.p A . I 1 I , ,E H' ' . - 'xi J ' t fiwx' ,li , 2 V ,., to ' 'A' S1 M A 3 -- Vik Q V. f 'as 4 4. ' ' . Af , , . ' -H 'L J ,wx i 4 'Vx A Ng . 1 V pf !l . ' N Y , fs- ' ,', , P 3 ' has , ' " r .wa 5 2 . 4 x .4-X 1- , J w- K gf ,Y . I 4. a I ff.. t r at I V A 7 i I ' I ' . ' . A l , ' . D , . , I . . Z . . . , , V . , . , . - I . I I D I I I I - , , . . ll ll I n . , . . - v - , . 'Cm 411 U The Clubs purpose IS to create mam tam and extend throughout the home school and commumty h1gh standards of Chrxstran character Ofhcers for the year were presldent Norma Collms v1ce presldent Madge Houck secretary Caryl Rrtchey treas urer Merhth Houck devotlons Vugmxa Shon M1ss Dorothea Wolfe sponsors the Club jvuwca. M, rfmnwfto' ul XXJJ gig gl if ,ws 9' Row 1 Merhth Houck Shorty Blamey Vrrgmra Shon Caryl Ritchey Norma Collms Madje Houck Lrllran Walker Arlene Boese Barbara Helms Row 2 Rae Nussman Carol Mason Wanda Nrckell Barbara Blocksom Barbara Balow Dons Gannon Pat Wmner Lars Thompson Nancy Johnsen Sue Erickson Row 3 Rose Linde Anita Linn Jeanine Johnson Linda Piazza Sue Rhoda Clara Turner Jane Harrrs Jane Urquhart Barbara Johnston Loretta Collins Shrrley Congdon Joan Kzirolek Carol Wenzel Miss Wolfe Row 4 Karen Westberg Pearl Cox Nancy Hathoot Betty Beebe Sonya Lee Sawaya Kathy Sprague Sue Janz Elarne Kozrn Pam Peters Mary Westberg Jo Ann Meska Mrckey Taylor Jean Rhoda Luann Curry Nancy Lee 71 I 1 ., A R.. .fl I Row 1 Mrs Herbert Elaine Kozm Merhth Houck Larry Powell Allan Lazarus Steve Delaney Dons Gannon Row 2 Barbara Helms Judy Henry Carole Prrtchard Vrrgrma Shon Phyllrs Shep person Nancy Brmckman Sally Whalen Mary Wegner Sally Hahn Row 3 Helen Nadal Carolyn Lutz Mary Drake Betty Beebe Marrlyn Polite Ressa Delco Dorothy Wrll Barbara Srmpson Shrrley Kohler Row 4 Mrke Hrggms Bob Marshall Drck Blreden Carl Zeese Bob Brooks Rrchard Wolcott Bxll Wrrght Richard Hague Don Krll ov by. the fm, fha, To develop cxtlzenshlp 1n the students and to promote a better undelstandlng be tween the students and the faculty IS the purpose of the Student Councll supervlsed by Mrs H H Herbert Officers for the first semester were presldent Larry Powell vxce presldent Merhth Houck secretary Elame Kozm Second semester officers were pres1dent Allan Lazarus vlce presldent Steve De laney secretary Dons Gannon 72 3 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 2 ' jj 5 I ,51 1 1 Z ' , 1 1 - 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 A monltors duty IS to give detentlons for the followzng reasons chewlng gum talkmg at the wrong txme and sleepmg m study hall Th1s year the Student Councll started a sllence campaln 1n the llbrary The stu dents cooperated and everyone agreed that It was success' 'TFNX Wai anoiluzn. nm. nf. flume. wlutc, Alzpmf 3 ale Row 1 Mrs Herbert Dons Gannon Carole Prrtchard Elaine Kozrn Nancy Brmckman Sue Errck son Carolyn Rrley Donna Hefner Sally Hahn Leola Haven Row 2 Nancy Johnsen Elizabeth Kemp Marilyn Polrte Phyllis Shepperson Merhth Houck Mary Wegner Karen Lmdqurst Betty Rannre Carol Handtke Armande Dems Row 3 Jane Urquhart Barbara Kemp Nancy Wrllrams Sonya Sawaya Barbara Simpson Barbara Porter Joan Wrobleskr Sophre Baker Jackre Kalrl Mary Bowden Pat Cook Row 4 Loreler Storey Judy Henry Robert Danderson Nedra Keppen Carol So bocmskr Barbara Johnston Paulme Wrthrow Inez Calusa Glorra Brelskr Row 5 Steve Delaney Jerry Kessler Carl Zeese Bob Brooks Richard Wolcott Brll Wrrght Terry Edwards Emery Rhett Marrlyn Lindsay Darlene Kayser Aurre Marszalek Stanley Jacobs Row6 Larry Powell, Don Krll, Mrke Hrggms, Bob Marshall, Roger Holem, John Wendt, Tom Gourley, Arme Bass, Bob Parker, Chester Schnrck, Ron Lachmund 73 Mt N, 4 U J ,t.1,mllL,1 . , . . . I y ! . Y ,refills . fn .V M .- 21-'f - f Y -- -Y - '---f 4 215 155-Q'5'x,, ' 'f "' ' at H . . ,, ' 5 f ..h - .tw ' 5311? .- ff ,rj ,z. 'W , 5. why N. f , 95'-'f A-.HL f 'QL ff? A- f' I - , . , , . - . . . , . : . . , . - . , , - I Dtlhllhh Z Row 1 Ros: Leeds fudy Beazley Barbara Simpson Darlene Pearce Margene Marshall Row 2 Sue Rhoda Frances Willett Ioan LaBorn Nancy Cheney Sandy Ferguson Carol Engstrom Phyllzs M11 ler Row 3 Sally Lueth Charlotte faeger Luann Curry jean Rhoda Margie Schultz Mary West berg Karen Westberg Miss Dahlberg Selwwzq wmlf, The Dahlltes orgamzatlon was created to help assxst m the llbrary Thelr mam aCtlVlty of the year IS the Book Week Tea Mlss Dahlberg IS the sponsor wxth can Rhoda as presldent Luann Curry vxce presldent Margxe Schultz secretary 74 2 . X ' M - y' W' M? ,- A . X? t W- , -4, 1 S off-' Q 3 " . " V'- ' K ,l H , .... ya. D . , Q.-rx. X 'Q I A 8 Q as - , Y' . u .gk -- my f W 'L Vs " , Y. S4 " I ' ' 1 'P 13 B , . I n . . I 151 . , . . J' . . '. 1 - ' I , - Sllpsilrlvg- To learn more about mathemat1cs and 1ts makers Shpstlcks was formed under the sponsorshlp of Mr W1ll1am G1ffel The name was adapted from the Hrst project learmng how to use a sl1de rule An annual exhxblt of thelr projects IS dlsplayed ln the lrbraxy each year Every member shows a project that he had made durmg the year Ollicers for the I-lrst semester were pres1dent Mary Drake v1ce pres1dent A1 lan Lazarus secretary Shlrley McAlp1ne Second semester officers were pres1dent Earl Radke v1ce pres1dent Shnrley Mc Alplne secretary Elame Kozm XV!- :Nh 615 -.03-s. Row 1 William Pohl Mary Drake Nancy Austm Merhth Houck Slurley McAIpme Nancy Johnsen Andy Tower Row 2 Lorelei Storey Lo1s Thompson Elame Kozm Pat Ellaby Carolyn Lutz Ressa Delco Sue Ianz Row 3 Duane Bonner Earl Radke Bob Schultz Allan Lazarus Dick Blleden Mr Grlfel Rolland Preuss 75 ilntm Qluh xlf Row 1 Ieanne Smrth Loreler Storey Nancy Johnsen Vrrgrma Shon Merhth Houck Mary Drake Inez Calusa Carolyn Lutz Wrllram Pohl Row 2 Duane Bonner Roger Holem Mrke Storen Mrss Henry Mary Thomas Elrzabeth Strller joan Hungerford Phyllis Mrller Row 3 Rolland ,Preuss Norman Vaughn Pat Ellaby Nedra Keppen Sue janz frm Grrflin Howard Ramsey Larry Powell Q! ofabnlr. nmma. vuwi Learnmg to promote the Latm lan guage and the study of Roman l1fe IS the purpose of the Latm Club, sponsored by Mlss Bermce Henry If you have had one semester or more of Latm, you are ellglble to Jom The Roman banquet IS the hlgh lxght of thrs c1ub's aCtIVlt1CS Oihcers were presldent, Roger Holem. vlce presldent, Sue Janz, secretary, Pat Ellaby 76 A1 . , of Y ,Y X Q 'F .. x -1 K ,, W at ir ex J ' , . la. 'sf ' 1 A "- , X k ' "Nu - , Y 'v . ' .rs . ' R I -' ' n' 1 'J . V, . Q 4 Q 1. ' - f'f'fsu I is-q ""41L ,IW -f ' 'S Q 1 Q 1 f Q 'F 3 1 Q 1 1 1 h 1 . 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n - 3 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 - . . . fs fm, Elame Kozm presxdent Marrlyn Po l1te v1ce presxdent and Audrey Hardt secretary treasurer were the first semester offlcers who wlth the help of Mlss Frances McConkey orgamzed the Pan Amerxcan League The second semester officers Esther Richter presldent B111 Wrlght v1ce PICSI dent and Nancy Bruce secretary treasur er followed rn thexr footsteps to promote a good w111 polxcy between the Americas .A 4 e it Samoa, bu.e1wA. ummm Row 1 Carole Pritchard Harriet Gabel Helen Nadal' Esther Rrchter Nancy Booth Sally Holston Marva Haas Darlene Pearce Shrrley McAlp1ne Audrey Hardt Row 2 james Agnew Philip Faroh foe Arnold Hussein Hakim Elame Kozm Catherine Timm Nancy Fisher Betty Rannre Marrlyn Polite Carol Engstrom Miss McConkey Row 3 Ed Oszust Ed Sawaya Ronald Lukow frm john ston, Kenny Hoerr, Brll Wrrght,Fteder1cl: Werss, Paul Pittsford, Russell Hedstrom, john Troyer, Jerry Schlrephake 77 V ,M mf + 1 . " ' JV K , ,, ,,.x,. ww , Vt, optic!-,Mt . lfll f LfgM1,V.,, , 2 - v ' 3 , - Y l y . , I , - ' - 1 y - ' , nf' b.2"'i ,, , ,,,, Y , A , ,,,, t'-F, iff? 1 H' Y L- .-,E 4, t I 1-' .L - 1 :3 'kg ' -1 U . ' A A . , . . , ,' . , - 5 , , . ' Row 1 Marilyn Polite Nancy Ballard Mrs Kelly Mary Westberg Barbara Porter Row 2 joan Hinshaw Loretta Collms Ioyce Black Beverl5 Oswalt Leona Szymkowsln Dolores Brant aA.flfClLULflI7l2,AtllI,QA,lUI'l.Q. A deslre to sew a Flne seam plus sewmg materlals ns the equlpment you need for membership 1n the Fashlonettes By learnmg to sew under the guidance Mrs Florence Kelly the gxrls are able make almost thexr whole wardrobe Officers wele preslden Dolores Brant and secretary Joan Hmshaw k Y 'L 9 'I 9 : ' ' . , f, ,V ' I, o o a ly X. . . of . , ' to ' . ' ' 1, , , . -as , 1'1" ,l l i tl The job of audio-visual assistants is to operate sixteen millimeter sound projec- tors, public address equipment, tape record- ers, and the control panel for radio pro- grams originating from the school studio. They are trained by Mr. George Mclntire. Miss Leona Stuart serves as chairman for audio-visual work in the senior high school. JnAtuzq,l23 Ronald Schwanke Miss Stuart Tom Martin Mr Mclntzre john Troyer Absent Norman Tracy 79 X, l Row 1: Diane Gardner, Donald Frame, ferry Klosinski, Daniel Woodruff. Duane Bonner. Row 2: ilinll Sairul Row 1 Earl Radke Shirley Zollman Jeanne Smith La Verne Wolford Pat Wmner Phyllis Schmidt Row 2 Paul Russell Tom Gourley Roger Holem Dan Urgurazt Harold Sargent Arnold Bass Blazr Purcell Row 3 Mr Irgang Damel Woodruff Mike Hzggms jim Grllhn Chester Schmck Al La Ed Peters B111 Smith Row 5 Duane Bonner john Wendt Rzehard Hmes Wayne Snodgrass Nor man Vaughn Bob Schlundt Charles Burns CIa1rKuszmaul Tom Goch lata, mf, unfit flldgglf, Earl Radke was chosen by Mr George Irgang sponsor of the Hall Patrol to act as ch1ef Earl was assxsted by Mlke Storen Don Drake Roger Holem and Amold Bass who acted as captams of the first second and thlrd Hoors and the New Au dltorlum respectxvely 80 1 T zarus, joe Ranzlon. Row 4: :ferry Klosinski, R'obert Rinehart.,Don Drake, Tony joseph, Mike Storen, u I v n 1 Representatxves from all sponsor rooms are chosen to serve ln the un1or Red Cross The members hold dr1ves m the fall send glfts to hospltals and work on speclal projects Mxss Bermce Henry IS the sponsor of thls worthy servrce club Ofiicers for the year were presldent Jane Urquhart v1ce presldent john Sad enwater secretary Nancy Johnsen Qdeamciobc 34 'Wk Rowl Margaret Crook Viola Ilzff Mar1lynPol1te Jean Brooks Darlene Mahllra Sue Connelly Nancy Johnsen Donna Schaffer Joann LaBorn Darlene Pearce Row 2 Nancy Cheney Maxine Kam asmslu Rose Lmde jama Martm Charles Hahn Richard Hines jerry Schllephake jane Urquhart Nancy Austm Pat Wmner Row 3 Patricia Ford Nedra Keppen Mary Carol Cramblet john Saden water Iames Hall Robert Danderson lack Harris Miss Henry Sally Lueth Betty Braden 81 ,Y , r 5 X. p 113 mf on ru-, 0 9 Y I l 3 ' 1 ' Q n ' xx I K, J . . 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' , 1 I I ' I I I I ' Qxilllllllill flluuut Surivtg Row 1 Sylvia Rullf Dick Dwyer Lorrame Blelskl Delores Arndt Cathy Ohms Richard Hohl Margaret Hzleman Row 2 jean Rhoda Sally Breskm fackxe Schroeder Carol Pohl Frances Rees Earl Berry Tom Leverenz Art Kohrman jerry Hlbmclr Delores Ftoehlke Carol Beebe Earla At kms Pat McAlp1ne Uwbn Each year the faculty chooses a number of outstandmg honor students to belong to the Natlonal Honor Society upper th1rd of hxs class and be exther a semor or second semester Junior to be elxgxble for membershxp Scholarshlp leadershlp character and SCYVICC are the requlrements for entrance Bemg a member IS one of the hlghest hon ors a student can attaln Of:f:lCCIS for thls year were presxdent Earl Berry vlce presxdent Sally Breskm secretary jean Rhoda 82 O . O A student must be scholastically in the yii i 1, Sue Erickson, jackie Kalil, Linda Piaz- za, Frank Forney, Tom Rux, and Larry Powell represent the Club at its Christmas concert. A.g1e.e club rehearsal is held every morning in preparation for many excellent concerts throughout the year. During the fall and spring the Glee Club traveled to South Bend and Goshen to join other glee clubs in singing. An annual Christmas concert and a Spring concert were presented. Officers for the year were Frank For- ney, president: Marcia Lemons, secretaryg Carolyn Nauyokas, business manager. amnaueffman Row 1 Mr Miller Cdlrectorj Beverly Grmg Carol Fausch Marlene Anderson Ann Averrtt Linda Piazza Anita Lmn Neal Lee Don Shedrow Carol Kmola Gertrude Kramer Dorothy Will Beverly lene Relcher Phyllis Shepperson frm Dettman Frank Forney Bob Edwards Marcia Lemons Sue Ianz Mary Thomas Ivern Wantland Row 3 Carolyn Riley Darlene Pearce Shirley Murphy Madje Houck Sue Erickson Jackie Kalil Carolyn Nauyolras Pat Ellaby Katherine Sprague Mary Vlest berg Karen Westberg Marilyn Gregory Martha Theisen 83 u 0 ' n f Oswall. Row 2: Joann Boyah, Shirley Serhal, Phillis Bolinstadt, Betty Lesli, Margiehfohnson, Dar- Row 1 George Baranowskr Dorme Goede june Thompson Patrxcra Cook Clarence Morns Row 2 Plullzs Bohnstadt Beverly Grmg Mrss Commer Marrlyn Lindsay Carol Mason Row 3 Darlene lanes Judy Mornson Edna Bolzlrm X jouch, Each member of the Palnt Spots works on his own project In thls way members are begmnlng their careers as future art 1sts The club IS under the d1rect1on of Mxss Wllma Commer Officers for the 51st semester were presldent Connle Hamvlton v1ce PFCSI dent Clarence Morrls Secretary Mar11yn Llndsay Second semester ofiicers were presxdent George Baxanowskl vlce presldent Dor me Goede secretary Carol Mason 84 i r I V s lt ' U , - ' L 'Z in '-x, , -r . X t , V ,K V-if wif iv f' 'A ' 'V L' 'Z r f ' - sp , . Y yr - it W I I . , 9 I J V L I+' i 'W n f A if . -E . ,. 'E K I+ 1 L, .V , L . ...M .yr , . rs" L A-I -,, ' .. Z ', ' , , . . , ' - 3 , . - xx - fe Jim, Z! L f XX 9 - ' ' . , I , , , Y . I - l - f 1 , - Q .K The pages of the school do their job well, delivering messages, collecting at- tendance blanks, and running errands. Darlene Mahllca Sabta Barnes Mary Bowden Joyce Black Elizabeth Allen Barbara Porter Row 3 Tony joseph Don Ungurart Arnold Bass ferry Kessler Not in picture john Arndt Judy Mor rrson Robert Kaser joan Butts Marilyn Polite Martha Boudreau 85 1' ll I 1 ' It ,f Row 1: Phyllis Fogus, Loretta Collins, Nancy Ballard, Maxine Komasinski, Donna Hefner. Row 2: 7 Row 1 David Fritz Shirley McAlp1ne Raymond Kal1ta Iudy Bartels jane Harris Pat McAlpme Nancy Ballard Ann Aventt Lors Thompson Frank Preuss Row 2 Rolland Preuss Leonard McKee H XX wud. fha. nf. my, luzani, Under the dlrectxon of Mr Palmer J Myran the strmg ensemble provldes ex cellent muslc In tlns way they promote a better apprecxatxon of muslc 1n our school The ensemble partnclpated m a concert wlth the Glee Club 86 51 Q f1l'7 Sillff lf ffiTli?'llll Iv l p 1 . . f , . s' ---- --' -V -- V - V ,, , 2-' Y ,Q A 0 -ufwwtv , - The sweet and sohd heard at the dances after the games IS furmshed by the dance band Only a few really sohd members are selected to play The group 1S under the dxrectlon of Mr Myran N-e XA Row 1 Larry Maxey Eleanor Crrswell Wrllzam Thornburgh Ed Hall Russell Hedstrom Blake Waterhouse Row 2 Duane Barts Ed Oszust Conard Parker Tom Martm Bob Walk Tony joseph Ray Mohnssen Dlck Saturday B111 Papmeau Row 3 Rolland Preuss Don Krll 87 We fawffgai 'fli'u'r iffrf, ai Q--Q1 In Row l Dexter De Wztt Larry Maxey Ed Hall Dzck Blreden Tom Krentz Joyce Blazr Suzanne Spmnmg Betty Rannle Bert Waterhouse Row 2 William Thornburgh james Thompson Allan Spear Helen Nada! Mrlton Dabagra Tony joseph Blake Waterhouse Russell Hedstrom Pat Kmg Kathleen Bowker Eleanor Crxswell Row 3 Nancy Edsall Sue Dolezal Judy Beazley lfxlfred Drabenstot jane Reebs Marlene Kezster Phyllis Ballard Louzs Hager Arme Bass Bob Walk Ray Mohnssen Dick Saturday B111 Paprneau Sharon Coupland fudy Henry fudy Boese Margaret Nad af Row 4 Rolland Preuss jerry Ellis Earl Berry james Grzlhn Phil Gasteyer Richard Hague Don Kill Maynard Thompson Max Eubanks john Arndt john Pavolka jerry Dekker Duane Barts jlm Rannre Conard Parker Tom Martin Ed Oszust Sounda. Anyone who happens to wander mto school early ln the mormng usually hears anythmg from classxcal to Jazz muslc com mg from the band room Thls nolse IS due to our muslc students practxclng early ln the mornmg The band under the d1rect1on of Mr Palmer J Myran marches xn parades and glves speclal programs between halves at football games Oflicers for thls year were presxdent Dlck Saturday vlce presrdent Tony Jos eph secretary treasurer Don Klll 88 . . . . . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 K . - -, . 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - 1 X' r , ll ll X X . 1 2 5 l K A 1 1 E 2 5 Q Q ' 1 . . . - S 1 . . . , E , . ' 1 . v , - l - 1 ' v ' '73 'Tm S ' ,lx , "We're loyal to you, M. C. High" is often heard coming from the study hall every other Tuesday at four o'clock. Red Derbies is the pep club, and the purpose of the Club sis to create school spirit. The officers this year were president, ane Urquhart vice president Jean Rho da secretary Ann Aveutt and sponsor Mr Garth Cobbum Lbarh' yum' pau ,Sbzaml Cheerleaders Dons Gannon Barb Helms jim Grimes Louis Ulrich Dorthy Wzll Caryl Ritchey Oflicers Ann Aventt jean Rhoda Mr Cobbum Csponsorj jane Urquhart 89 Or'-g0.TLz 2..CL.'t LOVL- Snmps Sweet 501 ,Cp Hier Ln? Te A shadow of Do Lt 'Uw S wa 0. dream LQ Uffrefi do I go L- k at H252 -From HEr5?5 nc and K ' " or 5 Q K CC , , ' X H k n rc x K 00 1' . 7 O nipnlxrrr The Reverend Stanley Schnexder of St Paul s Evangexcal Lutheran Church talked to five boys who wanted to be m1n1sters and ten glrls mterested church work He told them that there are many opportunxtles ln parlsh work forelgn and domestxc mlssxons and wrth chlldren He stressed the 1mpor tance of Bexng on your toes havmg good health and bemg lnterested people Plctured wxth Reverend Schnelder are Shlrley Zollman Sharon Luchene Pearl Sllsher Dorothy Wxll Karen Grant Ruth Frame Shirley Bowker and Sally Lueth Dr Wrllxam Hall jr dlscussed dentnstry and answered questlons about the practxce for students ln hrs classes at Career Day Plctured left to rlght are Mlke Glasscott Carol Engstrom Ruth Henckel Roger Holem B111 Po tucek and Doctor Hall Mnss Claudme Moran of the Patrx c1a Stevens school Chxcago had a large group m the study hall where prospectlve models learned that not every gxrl can be a model Sxttlng properly IS Joann LaBorn Dolores Brant balances a book on her head as she steps out m proper walkmg posl txon whxle Mlss Moran expla1ns good posture pomts to jean Rhoda Qfarrvr Dag Rowl Clem Perrolat Mary Drake Mary Wegner Marilyn Pollte Pat McAlp1ne Norma Gill Sally Breskrn Shirley McAlp1ne Rosemary Leeds Joanne Albertson Row 2 Arnze Bass Wayne Molzan Steve Delaney jim Thompson Bob Brooks Wayne Snodgrass jack Bufhngton Don Drake Row 3 Tom Krentz Ed Hall Chuck Sllsher Paul Pittsford Mike Glasscott Ronald Flotow james Agnew Bzll Penfold Don Frame Row 4 Earl Berry Dick Dalman Diane Studer Elame Kozm Sandy Fer guson jane Urquhart Linda Prazza Nancy Lee Nola Hunsley Roger Holem Tom Martm The third successful Career Day ln our school was agam sponsored by the Rotary Club and arranged by M1ss Bess Day guldance dlrector of the school c1ty Thls program SWCI' qL1CStlOl'lS ab0Llt It Several weeks ln advance each student was grven h1s cholce of three vocat1ons whxch most mterested hxm On Thursday March 27 durmg the second and th1rd perlods stu dents went to hear two guest speakers of the1r cholce Among the thuty elght speakers were doctors models actors and factory workers Each speaker was glven a student host to ln troduce hlm to hls group at the begmmng of each sesslon The Rotary Club entertaxned the speakers and three students Sally Breskm Mlke Storen and Bert Waterhouse for lunch at the Spauldlng Hotel The speakers and the three students gave the1r lmpresslons of Career Day Career Day Organlzels Mr Frank Harbart Tony joseph Don Kill Miss Day 93 l l l l featured persons from varlous fields, who d1d the1r best to d1scuss the1r work and to an- ' 1 v ' I 9 7 ' T ' s . v l , 'x fix K tfnhvt U.:L'ieIl'llL'1'5 Row 1 june Thompson Carole Henckel frm Grrmes Vrrglma Shon Caryl Ritchey Row 2 Sonya Sawaya Barbara Blocksom Rae Nussman Pat Sprvey jane Harrrs Phyllrs Mclntlre The Enest and best opportumty a student has to study the field of h1S cholce rf lt be teachmg IS through the Cadet Teachers program whlch was Hrst mtroduced ln Mlchr gan Cnty xn 1945 1946 Those students who are lnterested m the Cadet Teachmg course are 1nterv1ewed by OConnor and our prmclpal Mr C F Humphrey The cadets then tour the elementary schools to see on Wh1Ch grade level they would llke to teach for the semester The cadet works under a teacher on the grade level he chooses He has a chance to plan assignments glve tests and help the teacher 1n varlous other ways Durmg the mlddle of the semester the cadets meet again wrth the elementary super v1sor 1n order to choose a project whlch wxll a1d the cadet ln puttmg forth hrs 1dC3S to a person or the whole group From txme to tlrne the cadet sxts back and observes the puplls and the supervrsrng teacher work together He IS responslble for the names of all the puplls and he rnust get to know each of them as an 1nd1v1dua1 94 the superintendent of schools, Mr. M. L. Knapp: elementary supervisor, Miss Eleanor Ll L 'mf Parls 1789 Red' Where e er one s vxew would rest Red' The Parls streets red blood' The blood ran freely through the town Llke rxch rare wme th1s scarlet flood The Patrlots danced w1th frenzxed glee Thelr mmds dlstraught wlth secret sprte A gruesome srght that Carmagnole Red caps' Red caps' Come Jom the Hght' Thelr rags that hung upon the1r backs Impoverxshed mmd long numb wxth fear Each soul decayed and crumblmg wall What cause for all th1s madd n1ng scene Why blood shed w1th such eagerness? Why guxllotme and scaffold red Whlle crowds around them closely press A human mmd body and soul At length rebukes the laws that bmd Its freedom ln the hfe lt l1ves And pathways It by chance w1ll find S angry and perturbed they formed A mob revoltmg for th1s cause They dld succeed though what a pr1ce They pald to change the rule that was Darlene jones 95 QAT1 IILI Ah Poetry' Oh to be a poet And wrlte such rhym ng velse No one seems to know rt But theres l1ttle wr1tten worse The shorter that a poem The more It pleases me The less I see and hear of rt The better off I ll be Iam not moved by Poe Longfellow IS a bore To be blunt poetry Idylls of the Kmg Is lrttle but some words Tennyson IS noble But hls stuff rs for the buds My grammar IS atrocrous My errors are a lot Poets can wrrte poems Fools lrke me cannot Thxs IS a true rmpressron Of exactly how I feel Thls lsn t to be funny Pon th1s I gxve my seal I mrx my metaphors W1th smlles most v1le I m1ss the poxnt of poetry By farther than a m1le Bert Waterhouse ,.. I x t J I I . 5. ' X- - , . ' - A i ' . 9 , ! 1 ' is, 1 I b 1 ' , Al ' ' 'Y So llke the mmd and soul of all, Is nothing but 3 Chore- , . , . D ' . ? v . , 7 ' . . . - , . . . . 0 ... Q EARLY F-ALL EATDRINK AND BE MERR we ff-Vox v PCL5 THE STAFF RIN 'Vo S H4 RE T Ov 4 CNC 4' FIREBUGI I sAw rr FIRS1 ' we Loveo moss memes ' 96 LATE FALL BABY ns COLD ouwsmz' PALS BOOK WEEK 97 DATE Towne ? HAPPY FAMILY ' CAUGHT wma Has aoo1s Down ' WINNING DISPLAY ii 5 L , 4' ' 'A , Q.- Cr-uR1sTMAs AT MQ Hnou CHOW LINE .' STILL WAITING f WHO GREETDNGS f xmas SPIRIT I AT WORK I WHY S0 IT HUH BOB L JOHN U 1 REAR vnew f NO Lomznmc PLEASE 1 98 MAKE IT PRETTY I WnN1ER 1wo FOR DICK I 99 THE GYM SHOW GANG oun woRL.o Tm: msmucvons f Recono u elf f me QUEENS wAvES ' PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT I You TELUI-:M Gowns l aAcKs1'AcE HELP. COOKIES ? 'I00 .-x9'q,5W mlb hi., -' 1 5591 ' 'Y-fc' vdws ! 4 .JC +144 ' 'Pix' -9 JP C Qi 'F 1 Cgirls' 3 paris 013 1 G A A Gxrls Ath1et1c Assoc1at1on IS sponsored by Mrss Frances Sebesta who most generously gxves her trme after school to refe ee the games In order to belong to G A A girls must have only one qualliicatlon that IS the des1re to play They dont have to be outstand1ng m fact they dont even have to be good m any sport In addxtxon to the games played after school there are meetmgs held on the thxrd Wed nesday of each month Specxal meetmgs are called to choose captams and teams The G A A oilicers who served for the entlre year were Wanda Nlckell presldent Tom S3.JCWSkl vxce presxdent Nancy Hathoot secretary and Norma Gxll treasurer At the end of the year the g1rls rn all the gym classes elect the outstandmg glrl ath lete of the year She recelves a sweater at the award assembly Last years wmner was Nancy Stolze As far as G A A IS concerned there are slx sports They znclude soccer hockey deck tenms volley ball basketball and baseball 102 Surru Soccer Wmners Rowl Carol Hullmgs Natalie Gembara Tom Sajewskz Row 2 Ramona Teets Iaclne Anderson Barbara Helms Gerry Ottersen Ellen Bennett Ton1 S3-1CWSkl s team emerged vxctorxous over Ivern Wantland s runners up Soccer xs a very exc1t1ng game and for the gxrls takes the place of football Soccer Runners up Row 1 Fmna jordan Ivern Wantland Row 2 Nancy Hathoot Betty Kemp Karen Manthey Wanda Nrckell Carol Handtke Ruth Henckel 103 . ga . . . , , . Z . 1 . . - . . ., . . , . l , - . . : , F ! I 7 Eliurlcvg Ask any girl who went out for all six sports, and nine times out of ten she will tell you tliat .hockey was the roughest sport she participated in. Gerry Ottersen captained the winning team, while Natalie Gembara's team followed a close second. Hockey WIHUCFS Row 1 Velma Beck joyce Kmtzele Row 2 Nancy Hathoot Phyllis Mclntlre Betty Kemp Wanda Nickel! Gerry Ottersen Hockey Runners up Row 1 Tom Sajewskl Natalie Gembara Row 2 Carol Hulllngs Donna Hefner Ioan Barnes Karen Manthey jackie Anderson 104 4 . , . . , 1 1 , . , , . . , 1 I 1 ' Next comes deck tenms The popularlty of thxs sport IS ploved txme and agaln by the number of glrls who go out for xt The wmners captaln was Tom SaJCWSkl whlle the captam of the runners up was Joyce Batzel Deck TCHHIS Wmners Kneellng Dons Gannon Tom Sajewskl Standing Phyllis Mclntlre Getty Ottetsen Deck Tenn1s Runners up foyce Batzel, Karen Grant. Nancy Lee, Pat januchowskz, Manlyn Weatherton, loan Bowman 105 1 ' Mgt TT! .V - Ks- I D Q , ll Q I . . . . H. , . . . . . Uullvglmll This year the volley ball teams were divided into sophomores, juniors, and seniors - two of each. The climax to determine the winner and runners-up was between Velma Beck's senior team and Ivern Want1and's sophomore team. The seniors had to win this all-important game in order to keep their dignity. Yes, they had to, but they didn't. It was neck and neck all the way, with the sophomores win- ning the game, 35-34. Volley Ball Winners Row 1 foyce Farmer Fmna jordan Lillian Walker Darlene Malzlka Row 2 Mary Koehler Joyce Batzel Luella Dalenberg Ivern Wantland Karen Grant Sue Connelly Linda Piazza Volley Ball Runners up Wanda Nlckell Phyllis Mclntlre jackie Anderson Velma Beck Norma Gill Gerry Ottersen Joyce Kmtzele 'I06 n - 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - N. , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 l Although there isn't so much activity in girls' basketball as in boys', the girls always manage to make quite an exciting game of it. Nancy Hathoot headed the winners, while Joyce Batzel followed a close second. Basketball Champs Pat januchowslu Ramona Teets Nancy Hatlioot Ellen Bennett Wanda Nzckell Tom Sajewsln Runners up Row 1 Ivern Wantland Ioan Bowman Viola Ihr? Row 2 Joyce Farmer Karen Grant Joyce Batzel Beverly Moon Mary Drake 107 1 1 1 1 1 ' . , , . . 1 1 1 1 - illustlmll These are the 1951 baseball wlnners and runners up captalned by Wanda N1cke1land Ellen Bennett respectlvely Because thls game IS played so late ln the season the 1952 teams cannot be xncluded ln thls ELSTONIAN S451 5? F551 Row 1 Tom Sajewslu Asc ! Baseball Wmners Wanda Nxckell Kate LeRoy Row 2 Melva Burns Wanda Pace Nancy Stolze Delores Arndt Sue Buren Ramona Teets Baseball Runners up Row 1 Norma Gzll Ellen Bennett Row 2 jackie Ander son Betty Kemp Marjorze Rohde Shzrley Franchowskz 108 ,. , X 5 ' s , . 7 . . . ' Xp- B ' G .f - s ,iff . it 71' X A ,Tx '. t 5 ' Q .JH s ' , ' 1' sb may 2. f al X X in je- t V. fa ' 'Zh '-' ' . -er 1 , R '- 11, . tb , +..:4 -, ., "'.uf,.,f .af fb: '!5..Juf..5, ffm ,. ,.kA,A..A 5' ,xintfu "rf1'5p--W--.-1 41.11.-3 1-'Wy 6' -,l,..,j, ' ,.,, , . I , , , . I . . . , . - Q , . . ' P 9 ' xf? ,J Qigugg, 9-55lJL'II't5 WARM 7 KIC WHATA GAME ' LETS TALK nr ovER A NOT:-:ER 151 ! 'I L df.. COME ON WAYNE 0 K X A 1 l-2-3-4 K . . ' l F 110 4l1JL1llhIll I Football Squad Row 1 B1l1Karm Bob M1ller Brealon Donaldson Charles Wr1ght B111 Stemborn M1ke Storen Don Mohamed George Walls C6611 Gasaway and Bob Parker fmanagersj Row 2 Wayne Molzan Charles Stand1t'ord D1ck Brown Pat Neely B111 Hollmaster j1m Iohnston Roger Schwager 11m Bohl1n M1ke Glasscott Wayne Sheblosky Tom Warren D1ck Bumngton Donald N1eto Row 3 Paul P1ttsf0rd flm Werre Pat Gardner Maynard Thompson VIHCBHI Hogan Don Pagos Earl Radke Sheldon Westphal George Edwards Wayne Snodgrass Allan Lazarus Tom Goch Row 4 lack WIISOH Don Sh1parsk1 Guy McCue Ed Sawaya Don Drake Don South Ken Schre1ber George Gondek Charles Hanke B111 Barker Row 5 john Holfmaster Norm WIISOH D1ck Korn Don Schellmg Floyd Bentley Ken Ramlon Ron Searcy 11m farka George Schlege1m1lch Steve De laney Ccaptamj Ed Werner 11m N1eman Carl Zeese In the 1951 football season the Red Devil Gridders ended up with a Hve and five rec ord Though the record is not too impressive the team played some rough competition and made a line showmg in all their games The Plewmen opened the season by trouncmg Brazil 35 0 and the next week beating Goshen 20 7 Washington dealt City its First defeat 613 The final game of the season was the big one as far as City was concerned the Devils finished on the short end of a 1213 grudge battle with LaPorte The B squad ended the season with a 3 4 record The future season does not look too impressive because we lost seven of this years starting eleven but with some fine material coming up from the Sandburrs and with the fine coaching that our Pigskin crew has the Devils may surprise a lot of teams next year Congratulations to Coach Wayne Plew and his able assistants Newt Meer Doug Adams and Fred Marston and to the 51 Red Devil football team' Special honors went to ack Wilson who was nominated on the All State second team and to Steve Delaney for honorable mention Don South was elected to the second team of the conference by his opponents. Summary Michigan City ........ ....,......... B razil 0 Michigan City ,....... ..,1.le, S . B. Adams 0 Michigan City ..,..... .,........... G oshen 7 Michigan City ,....... ..,.v..e S . B. Riley 3 Michigan City ......e. ......, S . B. Wash. 13 Michigan City .......1 ..e.,........, V alpo 7 Michigan City ........ .,......, M ishawaka 13 Michigan City ........ ....,..a,., L aPorte 13 Michigan City ........ ,......,. L indbloom 20 Michigan City -------- -H----.-A---- E lkhart 7 Three-three Conference Record lll L.nNDan.oM SB RILEY I Q rn I xx My A V M YQ 1 ' ,G ,, 1 M Q A -if Y 'Q Q Q ilu s f J?-P-f W LJ. 'Q ...ff EL'lIIIl5 Tennis Team 1951 Rowl Neal Lee Herb Woodruff Row 2 jerry M8IlStfUp Norman Vaughn jim Arnold Coach Harold Wegner In the 1951 records of sports the Red Devll Racketeers turned up with a record of five wins and thiee losses They finished fourth ln the N I H S conference after losmg a couple of heartbreakers Coach Harold Wegners big men were Neal Lee No 1 man erry Meilstrup No 2 and Jim Arnold No 3 Norm Vaughn and Herbie Woodruff rounded out the team Next years team will be built around Arnold and Woodruff who are Juniors The best of luck to Mr Wegner and his next year s team and congratulations for this years fine showing Summary Michigan Michigan Michigan MlCh1gan Michigan Michigan Michigan City City City Clty City City City Ft Wayne N S LaPorte Adams Elkhart Goshen Riley Centlal ll4 S. ' V 1 it c ,K ,fx . 1 C1 a V! . ' I 4 y . 2 Michigan City ...e., 1 ....,., Mishawaka 4 ' ' ' ...,e, 4,4 . , . . ' ' ' .....l 4-4 e,., W-, . . . -uufsu------wi . . . --unzuwf-un . . . 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Mu--4---Mu-H-H . . . . -'WHS---------V V ilitwlttllmtlll Sectlonal Champs Row 1 Ken Scl1re1ber George Gondek B111 Penlold B111 Wnght Brealon Donaldson Wayne She blosky Cmanagerj Row 2 Doug Adams fasst coachj Tom Rux D1ck Korn Steve Delaney Bob Brooks Ccaptamj Laymon Fly Dee K0hlm9I6F Ccoachj M1lton Dabag1a Cmanagerj Elston s Red Devll hardwood crew put on a fine showmg near the close of the 1951 52 season after an up and down start They beat LaPoxte our arch r1val twlce for the sec ond stralght season The Devlls won twelve games w1th thlrteen set backs The season started at Frankfort where they lost a heartbreaklng double overtxme game The largest wlnnmg streak came durmg the Sectlonal and the longest losmg streak lasted four games The hlghest score lun up agamst Clty was 70 pomts by Fort Wayne North Slde while the Devlls blggest score was 77 agamst Rollmg Pra1r1e ln the final game of the Sec tlonal The squad was a well balanced team durmg the entmre season w1th plenty of reserve strength whxch proved out ln the long run the startmg five could be replaced at any t1me w1th a reserve who could put up as good a showmg as the regulars Steve Delaney held down the pzvot spot w1th h1s hook shots and reboundlng Bob Brooks had one forward spot whlle the other was filled by Dlck Korn both d1d a fine Job on the boards One forward replacement Job was filled by Brealon Donaldson who put on some brllllant performances durlng the season Tom Rux filled ln the other for ward spot and made a good showmg The guard pos1t1ons were held down by George Gondek and B111 Penfold wh11e Ken Schreiber and Bllly Wrlght were thexr able replace ments Durmg the Sectlonal and Reglonal Laymon Fly Blake Waterhouse and Herb Sper lmg were brought up from the Plnk Imps for added strength This season was the last for Mr Kohlmeler as head basketball coach because he left for the Navy on March 10 Coach Kohlmeler did a fine Job and C1ty w1shes hlm the best of luck ln the future Also the best of luck to our fine team and let s go all the way to the State next year! 'I 15 Mnchngan Mlchngan Mnchngan Mnchngan Mnchngan Mnchngan Mnchngan Chrnstmas iMnchngan Tourney QMnchngan Mnchngan Mnchngan Mnchngan Mnchngan Mnchngan Mnchngan Mnchngan Mnchngan Mnchngan Mnchngan Mnchngan Mnchngan Mnchngan Mnchngan Mnchngan Sectnonal Regnonal Cnty Cnty Cnty Cnty Cnty Cnty Cnty City Cnty Cnty Cnty Cnty Clty Cnty Cnty Cnty Cnty City Cnty Cnty Cnty Cnty Cnty Cnty Basketball Record Frankfort Valpo Culver Central Adams Hammond Tech Lebanon Washington Clay S B Washnrgton Goshen Braznl Elkhart Whntnng Mnshawaka St Mary s Fort Wayne North Snde S B Washnngton Rnley Lew Wallace Stnllwell Mnll Creek LaPorte Rollnng Pranrne Hammond Indnvndual Scornng for 1951 1952 Season FT FTM FTM PF Player Delaney J' onaldson 'k orn ondek Penfold Brooks Y rnght eturnnng next year Player FG T 4 1Schrenber Rux Randhan F y Vaughn Total Av per game 182 122 28 213 Cnty Hngh easily won rts first game nn the Sectional Tournament Friday mormrng, February 29 The final score of the Devils Strllwell game was 70 24, which was the second highest score run up by the home quintet thns year 116 1216 486 ' ' ' ,,.e..e,......,,..,. 47 ,.,,,.,,,,,.,,-,,,, 2 .e,,,,, .2-249 ' ' ' ..,.,,...,,.,,.,,e,. 32 , -,.,,-s,,,.,,, 2 ,s1s..,,,,, ,...,e 2 2255 ' ' ' ,,.1,.,.s.....,,,.., 57 2222 222 ss,,,, 22 ,s,,,. 222222222222249 ' ' ' ,,e,.1e,,,.e,,e,,,. 234 ,ss,,,s.,,,,ss,,,,.,, 22 222222222-53 ' ' ' ..,.,,...e,.,,.,,.,, 39 22222 sss.,, 22 ,,ss,,s,,,,, 222222222253 ' ' ' ,e.,,..A,.....,...., 66 ,,,,,,,1,e,,,,,,,,,, 2 22-38 ' ' ' ..,...,e.e,.,,...... 41 ,s,,1,, ,,.,,, .2222 ,.,,. 22222239 ' ' ' ' 222, ,,,,..,,1,.,,,.,, 62 ' 22 ,,,,, .2 ,,,, 22 ,..,, 222255 ' ' ' .,,,,.,.,,,,,.,,.,,e 35 , , '. 2222 2 2222222 2.49 ' ' ' ..,.11.,.,,.,,.,,,e1 60 ,,,, 2 .1.e,,,,, ,.,,,. 2 22 ......... 258 ' ' ' ,,.,,,1.,,,,.., 22 .,,, 39 ' ,,ss,,s,,, 2 2222 ,,,,,, 2222 2 ,,,, 2222257 ' ' ' ..e,,1,,.ee 2 ,e,,,,, 233 ' 222222 2222 ,,.,, 2 2.2222 2222254 ' ' ' ..,.,1..s.........,e 46 " 2222222222222 ,,,,, 22222122 2255 ' ' ' ,.-,,.,,,,.,,,,..,.. 40 ' ,,,,.1,,, 22 ,.,,,,,,,,,.,.. 2245 Michigan City .,.,..,,.,,.,,e,,.,, 60 LaPorte ,,,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,e ,,,,.,1,,,,, 56 ' ' ' ..,. 2 ,........,...,, 56 . 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The hardwood qumtet from M C H S edged the Goshen Panthers 60 58 1n a w11d game on anualy 4 Durmg the game 59 fouls were called through one of these fouls ln the last sec onds Clty gamed possesslon of the ball and the game City won its second game of the season by dumping Hammond Tech, 66-38, on December 21. A fast-break- ing offense in the second half gave the Devrls the game 117 On january 30 the Devxls met thexr mtra c1ty r1va1s Marys 1 the c champmonshxp game When the buzzer went off the Devlls were on the wmnmg end of a 56 34 score Thxs was the fifteenth straxght champ1onsh1p wxthout a set back C1ty hxgh cagers kept ahve thexr chances of Bn xshmg the regular season wxth a 500 ratmg by beat mg South Bend Washmg ton 49 42 on February 8 Sr. n ', ity i Q ' - 5 lk. . 118 WHOS GOT IT 7 In the seml Fmal game of the Sectlonal Mlchlgan Clty met the Maple Clty gang for the second time thls season The game started out slowly w1th a see saw battle Mldway ln the Erst quarter the Sllcers edged ahead In the second quarter w1th the help of some to a 41 39 th1rd perlod score In the final perxod the Devlls scored 18 po1nts to the Sllc ers 3 to make the final score of the Dream Game 57 44 ln favor of the Red Devlls IN on our P 119 W lucky breaks. the Slicers made the half-time score 30-22 in their favor. City fought back In the final game of the Sectional, the Red Devils easily de- feated Rolling Prairie 77-34. This revenged the defeat of last year's final Sectional game in which Rolling Prairie defeated City 43 38 In the winning of the Sectional the Red Devils hardwood team gained the right to play in the Regional held at the Civic Auditorium in Hammond The game was fairly close for the first half with the Wildcats going ahead and City coming from behind The failure of City to make its charity tosses started to tell as Hammond Hlgh pulled ahead In the fourth quarter a City rally fell short and when the gun went off the score was 56 49 eliminating City from state play 'I20 n , . , . - ' . llink glmps Elston's "B" team, the Pink Imps, compiled a record of ten wins against eight losses. The team was made up of sophomores, except for one junior. This fact should make a lot of difference in the future, because of the experience gained this season. The season was highlighted by the winning of the four-team "B" tournament, played in "City." Under the skillful coaching of Mr. Doug Adams, the team came through with some fine games. Next year's team should have plenty of drive and light, a fact which means that bas- ketball has a bright future in City's high school. So congratulations to Mr. Adams and the Pink Imps. Row 1 Terry Edwards Cmanagerj Blake Waterhouse Herb Sperlmg Philip Arens B111 Papmeau B111 Wright Milton Dabagia Cmanagerj Row 2 Coach Doug Adams Tom Goch B111 Karm Ron Searcy Laymon Fly Dick Blieden frm jarka Scores Pink Pink Pink Pink Pink Pink Pink Pink Pink Imps Imps Imps Imps Imps Imps Imps Imps Imps Valpo Culver Pink Pink S B Central Pink Adams Hammond Tech Pink LaPorte Goshen Elkhart Whiting Pink Pink B Team lpmk Tournament lplnk 121 ' ...... 23 ..........,, 35 ' .,.... 37 ' ...... ' ...... 37 ........... 30 ' ,,.... 28 ......... l ...... 18 . . ..... 36 ' .,.,.. 31 . ' ..... - ' ...... 27 ........... 22 Pink Imps ,,..ce 20 S. B. Washington ' ...... 19 . --22 ' ,.,,.. 20 . . . - ' ...... 35 .......... 31 ' ....1. 30 . . ' ..,.. - ' ...... 26 ......,... 14 ' ...... 33 .... ' ...... 32 .......... 30 ' ....Ac 34 ' ' ......... 36 .. .. ' ...... 36 -- ' ...... 34 ..., Imps Imps Imps Imps Imps Imps Imps Imps Mishawaka LaPorte St Mary s Ft Wayne N S S B Riley Lew Wallace Gary Tolleston Lew Wallace fir Crawl: When the track men hung up their sweat-pants, they left a good record behind them. The Millermen placed ninth in the Notre Dame Indoor Meet. They also took eighth place in the Goshen Relays. In the regular meets they had Five wins, one loss, and one tie -- a fine showing. In the track sectional three of our boys qualified: Brealon Donaldson in the pole vault and high jump: John Keppen, pole vault: and Dick Hatcher, high jump. During the season in the Triangular Meet between Gary Wallace, LaPorte, and Mich- igan City. the Gill Field pole-vault record was broken. Wallace's Hughie French and City's Brealon Donaldson both cleared ll feet 8 inches, which smashed the original 11-6-1, 2 record set in 1937. Row 1 john Stemborn Ronald Hundt Robert Duesmg john Keppen Mike Storen Kenneth jones Ronald Schwanke Row 2 Lester Radke Roosevelt Young Arthur johnson Don Pagos George Edwards john Arndt Coach Delbert Miller Row 3 Eldon Stemborn Wayne Snodgrass Don South jack Wilson Carl Zeese Brealon Donaldson Ed Werner George Gondek Scores Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michlgan Michigan Michigan MlChlg3H City City City City City City City City 18th Placej 122 Chesteron Benton Harbor Goshen Relays S B Riley Horace Mann Washington lLaPorte lLew Wallace S B Adams X illusilmll Winsome' Row 1 Roger Holem Charles Hanke john Troyer Row 2 son Brll Karm Ken Voltz Al Dolson Row 3 Coach jones er Brll Dynowskr Floyd Bentley Ron Flotow Coach Meer Sheblosky Ken Schreiber Captain Marv Pozdol Don Drake Szot Marion Waldo Tom Rux Le MICHIGAN CITY RED DEVILS BASEBALL PLAY ER Waldo Kosakowski Szot Pearce Schreiber Rux Pozdol Sperling Steinborn -- .,,,,. L- .,,, -,,,,, Miller .................., . ,... Voltz ........................ Drake ....,.,v.,.,,..,,-.-,.,, Lazarus .........., ....... .... Bohlin -T ..........,......,,aa, Dynowski ...........,........ Young ,.... ,,,,,-,,,.,-,..,,. Trotuer ................. ...,. 4 PITCHER Szot .......... --, ..... ---- Schreiber ...............,. IMC-- "'MC-- 'MCU "'MC-- XMC-- :Conference 3B HR RBI BB SH TOTALS FOR TEAM RBI PITCHING STAFF Miller .................... TEAM RECORD: Won 11' Lost 3' Tied 2. Tied wins and 3 losses. Coaches - Newt Meer Warren jones. Managers-Roger Bixler Allan Dolson Roger Holem. john Troyer Charles Hanke. Lew Wallace .... Benton Harbor Central QS B J Elkhart ......... LaPorte ..,.... - Portage ......... Mishawaka ...... Riley CSBJ ..... Games. RECORD XMC-- "'MC +McI rMc,- nvic-- rivicl Washington KSBJ Adams CSBJ ..,. Central CSBJ nn, Elkhart .,,,,,,,, LaPorte ...,,. ..- Portage .,.f,,., , Central QSBJ c,,. Benton Harbor -- 3 Roger Brxler frm Bohlm Norman Lar Fritz Sperlmg Bill Sternborn Bob Park Row 4 jim Pearce Ken Pedue Wayne Row 5 jerry Miller Al Lazarus B01 on Kosakowskr TEAM 1951 BAT 1 9 4 2 6 1 24 .200 . O .000 .000 .O 0 .000 .000 I BAT FD AV 923 82 44 666 966 96 895 . 23 .666 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 FD. AV. .9 E. R. AV. 1,56 for second place in N.I.H.S. Conference with 7 LETTER WINNERS Leon Kosakowski CSeniorl jerry Miller lSeniorJ jim Pearce lScniorJ Marvin Pozdol lSeniorl Fritz Sperlini., lSeniory Bob Szot lSuniory Tom Rux Ken Schreiber Bill Steinborn Ken Voltz Glzaulf In the 1951 golf season Coach Dee Kohlmeier and his squad had their ups and downs. Their record was four wins, six losses, and one tie. The bright outlook is that most of the players are back for next year's season. The experience gained this season should show up in the future. Ron Swanson, Norm Vaughn, Dick Korn, Dick Glassman, and Chuck Ray won sweaters for their play. Congratulations to the squad and Mr. Kohlmeier and the best of luck in next year's season. l Michigan Michigan Michigan Mrchlgan MlChlgan Michigan City City City City City City Golf Team 1951 Row 1 Milton Dabagza Asad Shikany Richard Glassman Row 2 Coach Kohlmexer Ronald Swan son B1llKnesel Carl Ellison Dick Korn Norman Vaughn 1 S B Adams ' Lew Wallace S B Central Mlshawaka 1 S B Riley LaPorte Summary 1 Michigan Michigan Mlchlgan Michigan Michigan City Clty City City City Sectional Michigan City 6th out of 12 competing LaPorte Invitational 4th out of 5 competing lv S B Adams Mlshawaka 1 S B Central Z LaPorte Z 1212 1112 ' ' ' --7f3 . . ..,. W2 ' ' ' nay- . . -may . . . --WZ WM . . . --5 . U--10 ' ' ' --6 . . ,--9 ' ' ' --9 s.B.Ri1ey . . . --4 . ----11 . . . --Z!! 5 . -- X . . . --WZ U . . ----IW! . . . --W X . . . U9 mm--6 A V 124 Qqiwmmf hnevtiaemenbs ., '5f,.14Q. - ,fi Q "-4,: rw -+R kk. 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